A par five for the Members and par four for the professionals, the tee shot on the twelfth is best suited to a long drive from right to left. The hole turns to the left , and the fairway also tips naturally down from the high point of the land to the right.
For the longer hitters the nest of bunkers embedded in the rise of the hill off the tee is the best line off the tee, while there is plenty of room for shorter hitters to the right of the drive bunkers.
The cross bunker and the heathland short of the green are the only hazards to be avoided when approaching the green.
A small knob on the front left corner of the green can deflect shots to the left, away from the putting surface.
Despite its length the green is one of the smallest on the course and many a player who negotiates the front bunkers watch in horror as their balls roll off the back of the putting surface. Make an Enquiry