2021 PRIZE WINNERS
|Ann Lews/ Royal St Davids||Jeanette WilliamPleasington||152|
|2nd Gross||Helen Lowe/ Scraptoft||Karen Jobling/Richmond||155|
|3rd Gross||Mary Maclaren/ Chislehurst||Chris Fisher/Whittington Heath||156ocb|
|4th Gross||Laura Webb/East Berkshire||Kate Evans/Frilford||156|
|Best Nett||Sam Harben/Hallamshire||Cathy Riley/Hallamshire||138|
|2nd Nett||Sue Pidgeon/The Wrekin||Ros Moor/Shifnal||143|
|3rd Nett||Sarah Hoff/Stover||Gro Lomas/Roya North Devon||145ocb|
|4th Nett||Pauline Huilance/Beds and County||Jenny Prior/Beds and County||145|
|Day 1 Gross||Aileen Greenfield Pyecombe Karen Sykes/Worthing||76|
|Day 1 Nett||Jane Sly/ Fran Campbell Mill Ride||67.5|
|Day 2 Gross||Betty Sworoski Julia Bradley Wakefield||78|
|Day 2 Nett||Elaine Meagher/ Linda Reeve Aldwickbury||72|
|Nearest the Pin
|Jane Sly Millride|
|Nearest the Pin
|Mary Maclaren Chislehurt|
Brenda King Foursomes 2021 Gross Winners
Ann Lewis, Royal St David’s & Jeanette Williams, Pleasington
Brenda King Nett Winners
Sam Harben & Cathy Riley, Hallamshire
Wollaton Park represents an enjoyable and challenging test for golfers of every level. Measuring 5,669 yards off the red tees, the course does not put a premium on length. Accuracy should always be a preferred strategy with ball placement key if you are going to shoot low.
The putting surfaces have a reputation for being some of the best in the area. Smooth with subtle contours, they are a joy to putt on. The course has a reputation for play on full greens year-round. A sandy sub-soil together with good drainage helps ensure the course is at its best whatever the weather.
A challenging opening par 4 with out of bounds down the right and well-placed bunkers demanding an accurate tee shot.
A par here is always an acceptable start to the round.
A short par 3 with a large green protected by bunkers front, left and right. An early birdie opportunity.
A tricky par 4 usually played downwind. Out of bounds left, but a good drive will leave a mid to short iron to a long narrow green protected by a swale to the left and bunkers right.
Two accurate shots down a fairway with a corridor of surrounding trees will set up a short iron to a generously sized green protected by bunkers front left and right.
Another par 4, the last of an exacting opening stretch. Bunkers right and a copse on the left require an accurate drive.
The shortest par 4 to date, but beware. The tee shot should ideally be placed in the right half of the fairway to set up a pitch to a green sloping from back to front.
Another short but testing par 4, dogleg left. An iron is perhaps the best strategy off the tee as the narrow fairway is guarded by trees left and right. The narrow green is protected by a bunker left that runs its entire length.
A short but deceptive uphill par 3 which can play longer than its yardage due to the existence of wind, usually against, that is not always evident from the tee below
The first of two consecutive par 5’s. Reachable in 2 for the longer hitters, but 4 well placed bunkers surrounding the green will gather up anything wayward.
Opening the back nine, this par 5 offers a real birdie chance; 2 well-struck shots will leave a short pitch to a flat green.
This par 3 requires a long or mid iron to a green that slopes markedly from right to left.
A inviting tee shot down to a valley on this par 4 of 376 yards, but beware the out of bounds right. The fairway found, a short iron to a generous green will set up a possible birdie.
A par 3 with a long green set at an angle to the tee. A poorly struck tee shot might well find the bunkers that protect the front and right of the green.
A lovely long uphill par 4 set on the most scenic part of the course, overlooked by the impressive Wollaton Hall. Two well struck shots are required to find the green here.
Played in the opposite direction to the 14th, this dogleg par 5 offers opportunities galore. It is reachable in two, but the tee shot needs to be long and down the left of the fairway. Most players will require two accurate shots to set up an iron to a green protected at the front by a strategic bunker.
Accuracy from the tee on this short par 4 provides a definite birdie chance. Long hitters might even fancy their chances of reaching.
The final par 3 is played uphill to a well bunkered green and requires an accurate long iron. The green slopes from back to front and has very subtle borrows.
The tee shot on the last, a testing par 4 of 420 yards, is played down to a generous sized fairway and sets up a second shot to a well-guarded green.