Sidmouth Golf Club   Sidmouth Golf Club
The Holes
Hole 1 - 275 yards, Par 4.
The course starts with a short uphill par 4 where good position from the tee is vital Read more
Hole 2 - 318 yards, par 4.
Turning at the nearest point to the sea the course now plays inland to the 9th green Read more
Hole 3 - 434 yards, par 4.
After a gentle introduction comes probably the most difficult hole on the course Read more
Hole 4 - 120 yards, par 3.
Next comes the shortest hole on the course and often considered to be the signature hole' Read more
Hole 5 - 205 yards, par 3.
This wide looking hole requires an accurate shot to lay the ball on the putting surface Read more
Hole 6 - 159 yards, par 3.
After passing through the woods to the outer 9 comes the last of this trio of par 3s Read more
Hole 7 - 362 yards, par 4.
At last, a little room and a chance to open the shoulders - just the one lone tree needs to be avoided. Read more
Hole 8 - 421 yards, par 4.
This is a long par 4 but with a gentle start Read more
Hole 9 - 286 yards, par 4.
Although the length might suggest otherwise this is not a realistic chance to drive the green Read more
Hole 10 - 354 yards, par 4.
Take a chance to savour the view Read more
Hole 11 - 178 yards, par 4.
We now make the only deviation from the true linear layout as we turn eastwards across the lane to a raised green Read more
Hole 12 - 182 yards, par 3.
Back down over the lane and playing much shorter than its sister hole just completed Read more
Hole 13 - 466 yards, par 5.
The only par 5 on the course and a good birdie chance Read more
Hole 14 - 173 yards, par 3.
The final pair of short holes starts with a testing shot to an angled green Read more
Hole 15 - 188 yards, par 3.
Back through the woods and headed straight for the clubhouse Read more
Hole 16 - 392 yards, par 4.
As we return towards the coast the wind may well become a factor Read more
Hole 17 - 292 yards, par 4.
The blind tee shot should favour the left side for the best angle of approach Read more
Hole 18 - 283 yards, par 4.
The shorter hitter will play to the brow of the hill and beyond to leave an inviting shot down the hill Read more


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