Hole 2

Hole 2Sponsored by ParStrokeLength Men’s   Blue512444m   White512420m Ladies  White511420m   Yellow511365m The second hole is another short par five, this time with a slight dogleg to the left. Again, out-of-bounds awaits the golfer who is well left with any of their shots. The hole is uphill most of the way, and your second…

Hole 1

Hole 1Sponsored by ParStrokeLength Men   Blue514418m   White 514410m Women  White 55410m   Yellow55403m [ultimate_heading main_heading=”Keep left; Opens up the green” heading_tag=”h4″ el_class=”quoteBorder”]Bob Charles’ advice for playing the 1st hole[/ultimate_heading] The first hole is a short par five that doglegs slightly to the right. The left is bordered by out-of-bounds and trees. Towards the…

Hole 13

Hole 13Sponsored by ParStrokeLength Men’s   Blue39132m   White39129m Ladies  White314129m   Yellow314105m The third hole of what is sometimes called Masterton’s “Amen Corner”. Score well on the 11th, 12th and 13th and you’re usually on the way to a good score. This par three has probably the most severe green on the course; but…

Hole 12

Hole 12Sponsored by [table “Hole12” not found /] Another great-looking hole. This par four is short on paper, but long on danger. Left and down into the tree-covered gulch is in deep trouble and will often mean another hit from the tee or a drop. Right isn’t much better, with a drain running most of…

Hole 11

Hole 11Sponsored by [table “Hole11” not found /] Probably the signature hole of the Masterton Golf Club. The views from this hole, especially from the green, are outstanding. As for the hole itself, if you have to miss the green, miss it left — there is a small chance the ball will catch the bank…

Hole 10

Hole 10Sponsored by [table “Hole10” not found /] A tight driving hole, with an even tighter approach shot required to a narrow green with bunkers either side. The breaks on the green are subtle and it is easy to be deceived due to the lie of the land. Especially from the men’s blue tees, you…