One of three interesting par 5s on the course.
This double dog leg offers a good chance of birdie. From the tee there are two options:
The safe route would be a long iron towards the right of the fairway, followed by another long iron or fairway wood to the left of the fairway bunker to leave a straightforward pitch to a large inviting green.
The braver route would be to hit a 3 wood or driver over the out of bounds fence; if successful this line shortens the hole considerably. However, if the ball fails to find the narrow strip of fairway your second shot will be played with a short iron from heavy rough back to the safety of the fairway. (Fortune doesn't always favour the brave.)
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The Manor is an excellent course. Well varied fairways and bunker obstacles. Good variety with water features as well. Greens are now coming on well. The green keeper's are always doing a fine job keeping the course in great condition. The pro shop are always welcoming and accommodating to enquires. The tee areas are well marked and have map boards. The back 4 holes are a tester with a great 18th hole with 8 bunkers. This is overlooked by the 19th clubhouse which is very good and serves great food.
The club has its own driving range and a great 6 hole par 3 tester, great idea especially for families. Richard the pro is always on hand and has a good professional approach and his staff always friendly. Most of my friends like the course and club and say it's not the easiest but a great challenge. I would highly recommend The Manor golf course. They have a great membership deal on at the moment check it out.