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COURSE STATUS | Course Open (Buggies allowed - With restrictions)

The jewel in the crown of the Stevenage Golf & Conference centre is the par 72, 18-hole golf course. Nestled among the lush Hertfordshire countryside, this stunning course is accessible to beginners, as well as offering a challenge to more advanced golfers. Book your tee time now!

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White Tee
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Yellow Tee
YARDS 5637
Red Tee
1 of 18
1 of 18
Stevenage Hole 1
HOLE ONE | THE CHAMBERS

This par 4 opening hole has a slight dog leg right to a protected green. From the tee you are welcomed with a nice open fairway that then pitches with a tree either side to narrow your route through. Down the right of the fairway is a wooden area that blocks your view of the green. Hitting to the left of the fairway will give you the best approach to the green. This will open up the green which is guarded by three bunkers at the front of the green.

PAR YARDS STROKE
4 368 6
4 355 6
4 323 10
PRO TIP
A tricky opening tee shot where hitting the fairway is important. Ideally the left side of the fairway will open up a tough approach shot.
2 of 18
2 of 18
Stevenage Hole 2
HOLE TWO | HIGH VIEW

Hole two is the easiest par 3 on the course. It's a deceptive hole that requires more club than you would usually take. Playing from an elevated tee down to a wide green that slopes back to front. The hole opens up once past the hedgerow that runs the width of the hole and use the natural slope as this runs down hill towards the green that is particially hidden from your view on the tee. There are two medium sized bunkers to the left of the green and a wide run off area to the right. If you play this too long, you are in danger of losing your ball as there is a big drop at the back of the green to a dense wooded area. A wide flat welcoming green gives a big target to hit.

PAR YARDS STROKE
3 159 16
3 151 16
3 125 18
PRO TIP
A downhill approach that plays shorter than the yardage suggests. Anything short will bounce down to the green anything long will be in trouble.
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3 of 18
Stevenage Hole 3
HOLE THREE | STATION 12

From the tee you are playing to a blind green, use the trees as your reference points, as these will guide you to the ideal position. A bank of trees on the left and a thick tree line sat back from the fairway on the right are your only obstacles on this hole. Aim down the left-hand side as the fairway slightly slopes left to right, this will give you a good approach to the green.

Around the green, there are three bunkers to navigate, two either side of the front fringe and one at the back. Be cautious not to over hit the green as this will run down into trees and long rough or leave you with a niggly bunker shot.

PAR YARDS STROKE
4 344 10
4 335 10
4 304 14
PRO TIP
From the tee hug the trees on the left for the best chance of holding the fairway. The tall poplar trees in the distance is the line.
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4 of 18
Stevenage Hole 4
HOLE FOUR | ASTON CREEK

The first of five par 5s. You can afford to take a risk with a long drive, the downhill fairway will give you a good roll and open your options for your second shot. A generous fairway to aim for will favour a little draw shot to find the centre of the fairway. Long hitters can get there in two shots for a chance at an eagle, but anything short and left will find a watery grave, while anything right will find the sand. The conservative shot will be to lay up before the stream for a short chip onto the green. A two tier green with a single bunker to the right will make you concentrate to the end.

PAR YARDS STROKE
5 477 14
5 467 14
5 439 2
PRO TIP
A great risk and reward par 5. Another blind tee shot to a downhill fairway. The small telegraph pole in the distance is the line.
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5 of 18
Stevenage Hole 5
HOLE FIVE | UPHILL APPROACH

This second par 3 is the longest at 200 yards and a straight uphill shot is a challenging hole. The stream in front of the teeing should not be in contention. Don’t be shy and take plenty of club and make sure you get it up the hill and avoid the two bunkers blocking the straight run to the green.

PAR YARDS STROKE
3 217 4
3 205 4
3 186 7
PRO TIP
Don’t be shy and take plenty of club. Par is a good score here.
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6 of 18
Stevenage Hole 6
HOLE SIX | LONG WALK

Second of the par 5s, this hole is a dog leg right and a split fairway and plays longer than the yardage suggests, so make sure you don't leave it short as it will be difficult to recover. From the tee, use the lone oak tree as your guide, use the wide fairway as it favours hitting up the left to open up the second shot. Avoid hitting right from the tee as a single bunker lies in wait, you will be tucked in behind a thicket of trees that will hinder your second shot.

Beyond the oak tree, it's a straight run to the green. The fairway features a few set back trees that shouldn't obstruct your approach shot to a raised green cornered by three bunkers. The green is one of the toughest on the course. Leave your approach shot short and left of the flag for an uphill putt if you can. If you go long, you will be in thick rough and trees.

Beyond the Oak tree, its a straight run to the green. The fairway features a few set back trees that shouldn't obstruct your approach shot to a raised green cornered by three bunkers. The green is one of the toughest on the course. Leave your approach shot short and left of the flag for an uphill putt if you can. If you go long you will be in thick rough and trees.

PAR YARDS STROKE
5 508 8
5 496 8
5 461 4
PRO TIP
The oak tree at the end of the fairway is a good target. Generally plays as a three shot hole.
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7 of 18
Stevenage Hole 7
HOLE SEVEN | THE COPSE

Statistically the easiest hole on the course, this par 5 still needs to be shown respect when playing. Not much to contend with if kept on the fairway, you can make the green in two but avoid the large front bunker in front of the green.

PAR YARDS STROKE
5 478 18
5 469 18
5 433 15
PRO TIP
Avoid the large oak tree that cuts in 100 yards from the green and par is very achievable.
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8 of 18
Stevenage Hole 8
HOLE EIGHT | DEADWOOD

This is the hardest hole on the front nine. This uphill par 4 plays all of its yardage. Two trees that can be in contention from the tee. The tricky two tier green is a small target for the length of the hole. Another shallow green that sites diagonally left to right with the teir sitting in the middle of the green.

PAR YARDS STROKE
4 431 2
4 420 2
5 403 12
PRO TIP
Favour the right side of the fairway to avoid being blocked from reaching the green on your approach.
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9 of 18
Stevenage Hole 9
HOLE NINE | BRAIN'S LEGACY

A good straight par 4 to finish the front nine as it heads back towards the clubhouse. A semi blind tee shot to a left to right sloping fairway. A tough green to approach due to the slope.

PAR YARDS STROKE
4 372 12
4 364 12
4 344 9
PRO TIP
Pick the halfway house as your line off the tee shot. A tough green that slopes away and to the right of the approach shot.
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10 of 18
Stevenage Hole 10
HOLE TEN | COPPERS HOOK

A great par 5 with a sweeping dogleg welcomes you to the back nine holes. A good tee shot past the tall trees that line the left of the fairway is required - this hole has a lot of trees to contend with if you stray from the fairway. Make sure to avoid the pond on the left on your second shot to leave a good pitch to the green.

PAR YARDS STROKE
5 494 13
5 486 13
5 466 13
PRO TIP
Don’t get too greedy from the tee as the risk outweighs the reward. Make the fairway at the dogleg to have set up your approach.
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11 of 18
Stevenage Hole 11
HOLE ELEVEN | OAK SHADOW

A short par 3 with a straight run into the three tier green awaits your tee shot. If the flag is on the back tier try not to get too greedy as the bunker that's long and to the right of the green will grab your ball leaving you with a tricky bunker shot.

PAR YARDS STROKE
3 157 15
3 147 15
3 137 17
PRO TIP
From the tee, hitting the middle of the green is a good shot.
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12 of 18
Stevenage Hole 12
HOLE TWELEVE | THE HIDDEN BROOK

This split fairway hole has a lot of hazards to contend with. The brook running through the hole could be in contention for the longer drivers. Don't play the green short and avoid the bunker that's short and to the right of the green. The two bunkers to the left of the green shouldn't be in play. The green is, however, fairly flat once you get there.

PAR YARDS STROKE
4 390 7
4 380 7
4 353 3
PRO TIP
If you fade the ball, this tee shot is right up your street. More room to the right than there looks.
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13 of 18
Stevenage Hole 13
HOLE THIRTEEN | TWIN OAKS

This is the toughest hole on the course and difficult to get a good second shot. The second part of the fairway is blocked by a large gathering of trees and a brook running through the hole. The second half of the fairway features a large tree in the middle and more overhanging trees on the right. If you make it past the trees you will have a good shot into the green.

PAR YARDS STROKE
4 395 1
4 384 1
4 303 6
PRO TIP
Try to get it as far up the fairway as possible to open up your second shot to the green.
14 of 18
14 of 18
Stevenage Hole 14
HOLE FOURTEEN | THE GUARDED GREEN

A nice par 3 that requires a solid strike to clear the water hazard, long rough and bunker that sits at the front of the green. There is a small fairway around the green but this is guarded by trees. Play for the green as the it slopes from back to front and will help hold the ball.

PAR YARDS STROKE
3 171 11
3 154 11
3 112 11
PRO TIP
The dead tree at the back of the green is often a good target.
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15 of 18
Stevenage Hole 15
HOLE FIFTEEN | THE ROAD HOLE

A fairly straight forward par 4 hole to a good sized green. Play this straight at the green to avoid the large bunker half way down the thin fairway. This will give you a good run into the green for a relatively scoreable par 4.

PAR YARDS STROKE
4 340 17
4 328 17
4 298 16
PRO TIP
You're playing to a thin fairway, so don't miss it by trying to go too big.
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16 of 18
Stevenage Hole 16
HOLE SIXTEEN | CHAUFFEURS COTTAGE

From the tee, this long par 5 has a slight dogleg left and is a three shot hole for most people. Make sure your tee shot makes the fairway to set up for a good second shot. Avoid the swell in the middle of the fairway to give a clean shot to a well guarded green, which is protected by two bunkers on either side.

PAR YARDS STROKE
5 485 9
5 467 9
5 435 5
PRO TIP
Once the tee shot is away, avoid the swell in the middle of the fairway with your second shot.
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17 of 18
Stevenage Hole 17
HOLE SEVENTEEN | THE WATERS EDGE

Arguably the hardest par 3 on the course. The green is set on an angle away from the tee, the more attacking you play to the right the further you will need to play your shot to avoid the water. Make sure to clear the water to make the green, there is a bunker at the back of the green to catch any shots that go long on the hole.

PAR YARDS STROKE
3 198 3
3 187 3
3 164 8
PRO TIP
Don't leave your shot short, otherwise the ball will get wet.
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18 of 18
Stevenage Hole 18
HOLE EIGHTEEN | LADIES WOOD

The final hole is a par 4 that requires the player to think about their shot selection to avoid the hazards. Use the tree as the target for your tee shot - ideally you want your shot to be just pass the left side of the tree to give the most open line to the hole. Don't let the water hazard distract you from your second shot. A uphill shot over water to the green that's guarded by two small bunkers. Take a extra club to make the wide green.

PAR YARDS STROKE
4 380 5
4 370 5
4 351 1
PRO TIP
Club up on your approach to make the green and don't be distracted by the water.
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