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Pro's Tips on how to play Halifax Bradley Hall Golf Club

Tips before play include warm up on our putting green as our greens are renowned for their speed and undulations. May be spend lots of money in my shop.

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Hole 1

Hole 1

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 353 4 8
Yellow 343 4 8
red 283 4 13

Hole 1

Landing area off the tee is right hand side of fairway approx 230yards. Leaving a simple wedge up the green. Don't go left as this chip is like my wife. Scary!

Hole 1

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Hole 2

Hole 2

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 117 3 16
Yellow 113 3 16
red 103 3 17

Hole 2

Good uphill par 3 with a wide but shallow green. Wedge not too hard as the better players tends to spin it back off the green leaving a difficult chip up the Mackenzie.

Hole 1

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Hole 3

Hole 3

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 327 4 4
Yellow 326 4 4
red 312 4 5

Hole 3

Aim just left of marker post to land approx 220 yards from tee as fairway slopes off to right and gets really tight with a longer tee shot. Again this leaves a wedge which you want to try land on left hand side of the green. Anything missed right of this green is going to be best friends with a double bogey.

Hole 1

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Hole 4

Hole 4

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 139 3 17
Yellow 129 3 17
red 121 3 18

Hole 4

Great par 3 with narrow but long green. Always plays longer than what it looks. Anywhere but right unless your Phil Mickelson.

Hole 4

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Hole 5

Hole 5

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 384 4 9
Yellow 374 4 9
red 312 4 10

Hole 5

Driver from the tee right hand side of fairway. For me this leaves a gap wedge. Plays as it looks. A good birdie opportunity.

Hole 5

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Hole 6

Hole 6

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 443 4 5
Yellow 433 4 5
red 377 4 3

Hole 6

A long Par 4 this one. Drive up right hand side of fairway leaving a long iron in. Play to right hand side of the green as it kicks in from there. A fantastic golf hole with great visuals.

Hole 6

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Hole 7

Hole 7

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 412 4 1
Yellow 409 4 1
red 394 5 1

Hole 7

Toughest par 4 in world! Hit two of your longest shots of your life and you should be somewhere near halfway! Don't go long of the pin as it's treacherous coming back down this green. Getting a par here is like winning the lottery.

Hole 7

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Hole 8

Hole 8

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 505 5 12
Yellow 478 5 12
red 440 5 6

Hole 8

A good par 5 but anything less than a birdie for a good player feels like a missed opportunity. Keep it tight right off the tee leaving a long iron. Try to keep your second shot right as it all kicks in from here.

Hole 8

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Hole 9

Hole 9

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 195 3 13
Yellow 85 3 13
red 151 3 16

Hole 9

A good par 3 with anything landing short right of green stands a good chance of rolling down onto the green. Beware missing this green on the left as there is generally a group on the 10th tee stood over your shoulder almost whispering in your ear to duff it. At least that's what happened to me.

Half way hut is a welcome break. If you have a half decent score up to here you fancy yourself to do even better on the back nine. If your doing really bad don't worry it's only 50 yards from the bar!

Hole 9

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Hole 10

Hole 10

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 326 4 10
Yellow 323 4 10
red 291 4 12

Hole 10

A hybrid for me as the ditch across this fairway at 240 yards catches Drives not quite struck correctly. This leaves a wedge to a small undulating green. Keep below the hole.

Hole 10

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Hole 11

Hole 11

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 307 4 15
Yellow 285 4 15
red 281 4 9

Hole 11

Off the tee aim 30 yards left of the green where it all bounces down to middle of fairway. A simple pitch onto this green is another good birdie opportunity.

Hole 11

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Hole 12

Hole 12

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 363 4 18
Yellow 328 4 18
red 320 4 14

Hole 12

Drivable par 4. Left is very tricky so risk and reward up the right side of the fairway which gambles with the lateral water hazard. However it is playable out of there to rescue your par if need be. Anywhere 30 yards within the green on the left leaves a difficult chip.

Hole 12

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Hole 13

Hole 13

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 411 4 6
Yellow 408 4 6
red 395 5 7

Hole 13

240 yards from the tee is perfect position here(beware all down hill so approx 220 yard shot required). This leaves the perfect 8 Iron over the ravine. Right side of the green is the smart play here.

Hole 13

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Hole 14

Hole 14

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 400 4 7
Yellow 390 4 7
red 343 4 11

Hole 14

Right side of the fairway here is the play as it's out of bounds left onto the Driving Range. This leaves me a flick with the wedge. A good opportunity again to keep your score going.

Hole 14

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Hole 15

Hole 15

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 390 4 2
Yellow 387 4 2
red 291 4 8

Hole 15

This hole reminds me of my wife. The FPO aka Fun Prevention Officer. This is a long uphill par 4 with a green not much bigger than a butterflies foot. A four here and you've done good. Long straight drive leaving a long iron. Try get the ball below the hole as this green is like A mens downhill.

Hole 15

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Hole 16

Hole 16

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 480 5 11
Yellow 478 5 11
red 378 4 2

Hole 16

For me arguably the best hole on the course. A great par 5 where you have to plot all 3 shots to avoid all the hazards. A good drive for me leaves a hybrid aiming towards right side of green.

Hole 16

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Hole 17

Hole 17

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 428 4 3
Yellow 368 4 3
red 348 4 2

Hole 17

A tough tee shot up the right leaves a mid iron generally into the wind. Again like 15th hole try to leave this shot below the hole.

Hole 17

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Hole 18

Hole 18

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 158 3 14
Yellow 156 3 14
red 146 3 15

Hole 18

A great Par 3 to finish with. A tricky MacKenzie that runs across the green. Getting on the correct level is crucial. For me a 9 Iron with no wind should be perfect. A nice cool drink awaits in our clubhouse. Try to avoid our club Captain as he tends to send people to sleep talking you through his round. He picks on visitors as the members know too well not to get involved.

Hole 18