Course Open - Buggies allowed (updated 21 October at 07:51)
The Outer Six
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Grange Golf Course hole one

Hole Nineteen

par 3 | 180 Metres
Hole Description
Not the normal 19th hole on a golf course, this Par 3 is a downhill Par 3 which runs parallel to the 17th hole and has a two-tier green.
 MetresPar
 
180 3
 
170 3
 
159 3
20
Grange Golf Course hole four

Hole Twenty

par 5 | 465 Metres
Hole Description
This Par 5 is not reachable for most players and the water in front of the green provides food for thought for the approach shot.
 MetresPar
 
465 5
 
455 5
 
364 5
21
Grange Golf Course hole five

Hole Twenty-one

Par 3 | 117 Metres
Hole Description
Although a short Par 3, the three-tier green on this hole provides golfers with some very challenging putts.
 MetresPar
 
117 3
 
107 3
 
103 3
22
Grange Golf Course hole Six

Hole Twenty-two

par 4 | 378 Metres
Hole Description
A sharp dogleg requires the tee shot to pass the bunker and trees to the left of the fairway leaving a shot through a tunnel of trees to the green.
 MetresPar
 
378 4
 
340 4
 
328 4
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Grange Golf Course hole one

Hole Twenty-Three

par 5 | 437 Metres
Hole Description
This Par 5 is the first of the outer six to be used and provides a tight tee shot between trees on the left and right. The ideal approach shot is from the left of the fairway as the green slopes from right to left.
 MetresPar
 
437 5
 
426 5
 
410 5
24
Grange Golf Course hole one

Hole Twenty-Four

par 4 | 389 Metres
Hole Description
Another dogleg par 4 with a premium on getting to the fairway off the tee. The approach shot is tested by a two-tier green and bunkers left and right.
 MetresPar
 
389 4
 
335 4
 
317 4
HoleBlue
Metres
White
Metres
Ladies
Metres
Par
19 180 170 159 3
20 465 455 364 5
21 117 107 103 3
22 378 340 328 4
23 437 426 410 5
24 389 335 317 4