Ormonde Fields Golf Club

Ormonde Fields Golf Club

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Lady Bader

Ormonde View

Coots Retreat

Lennys Lookout

Crich View

Lodge Lane

Stoneyford

Noon ‘n’ Night

Castle Corner

Trepidation

Valley Drive

Biggin Hill

Douglas Bader

Sunny View

Old 19th

Dingley Dell

Badgers Way

Chestnut Ridge

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426

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The Scorecard

Playing at Ormonde Fields offers golfers a wide variety of challenges.

On the Yellow tees the holes range from a short 141 yards to a double dogleg (over a valley) of 538 yards.

The whole course is graced with many trees of great variety, some of which are waiting to catch an errant ball. Many of our holes are doglegs, both to the left and to the right (fair to everyone!), with a number of elevated greens, and two of them are split level.

To play well, this is not a course that you can just “give the ball a thump” and expect a good score. Rewards will come with a little bit of thinking and planning of the hole before hitting the ball.

It is a rewarding course to play and no two holes are the same, which will keep the interest high.