Plan ahead for your visit to Whiteleaf and make the most of your round with our course map. For a more detailed visual of the 18 holes, you can download our  course guide which also gives helpful tips from our members.

Note that you will see there are two flags on all our flag poles. The lower flag indicates where the hole is on the green: high up = hole near back of green; low down = hole near front of green; and in middle = hole in middle of green.

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Men
Drive to the left side of the fairway and the ball will settle down to the centre. Second shot over marker post. Usually plays 1 club less and bounces down towards or on to the green. Avoid out of bounds with the garden on the right.

Ladies
Drive down to the centre of the fairway. Second shot slightly left of marker post and you’ll be above the green for the third. Trickling on to the green from the slope above is usually better than a full carry. Avoid the ditch on the RHS over the last 100yds

Men

Aim your drive up the left side. Favoured second shots left of the pin will usually come off the back bank advantageously for most pin positions.

Ladies
Left of centre drive will drift towards the middle. Second shots should be aimed towards the bank on the left side of the green. Shots arriving just short of the green will bounce right as will shots mounting the green on the right.

Men

Aim just inside the big tree on the left side for the best run-on. Second shots should be dropped short and towards the left as green slopes towards the right.

Ladies
Drive towards the tree on the left and a good shot will be rewarded with a run over the ridge. Second shots need to run in from the left hand slope. This kicks the ball to the right towards the green


Men

Treat this as a par 5. Drive slightly right of centre to bounce left towards the middle. Check pin position before second shot to select best position from which to chip in to the green.

Ladies
Keeping your drive straight down the middle is the order of the day. Aim long second shot left for the best position from which to approach the green and use your 5 shots for par.


Men

Straight first shot to right side of green is essential, especially from the rear tee. All the trouble is at the front of the green. Large bunker to the left, three pot bunkers to the right.

Ladies
Easy Par 3 if you can get your drive on the green. If not, you have bunkers to negotiate on the left and right, plus grass bunkers to the front.

Men

Straight drive slightly left of centre is ideal. Green will accept full carry for 2nd shot unless particularly dry. Pitches left short may run up to the green but then roll back. A difficult green.

Ladies
Avoid driving out of bounds on the right hand side. Straight drive and second shot will be of benefit. Pitches left short tend to roll back, care needed on this very difficult green.

Men

Aim drive midway between spinneys on either side. Drives towards but short of right-hand spinney often bounce out towards middle to give clear shot up and over to the green. 2nd shot plays a club or two less than expected.

Ladies
Aim drive just inside right-hand spinney and a clear second shot to the green should result. Drives to the left could be punished by the left hand tree as fairway falls to the left. Fairway slopes appreciably down to green so do not over-club.

Men

A very long uphill par 3 but drives which avoid the spinney are usually salvageable for a clear 2nd shot. Punch chip in short to run up the green for a chance of a single putt.

Ladies
Straight to the green is the order of the day, the fairway slopes to the left so keep as far right as possible to miss the trees. Careful second shot should let you par this hole.

Men

This is our signature hole requiring an accurate tee shot & long carry over the valley. Wind conditions can make club selection quite tricky.  Lots of trouble to the left and right of the green which is well protected by 3 large bunkers.. A 2 tiered sloping green where the banking to the left can be used to assist the return of your tee shot to the putting surface..

Ladies
If you can’t drive the green, a second shot from the valley is easier than a chip from the steep slope up to the green. As you walk down the slope towards the green check the pin position as this is a 2 tiered green.

Men

Drive to the left side of the fairway and the ball will settle down to the centre. Second shot over marker post. Usually plays 1 club less and bounces down towards or on to the green. Avoid out of bounds with the garden on the right.

Ladies
Drive down to the centre of the fairway. Second shot slightly left of marker post and you’ll be above the green for the third. Trickling on to the green from the slope above is usually better than a full carry. Avoid the ditch on the RHS over the last 100yds

Men

Aim your drive up the left side. Favoured second shots left of the pin will usually come off the back bank advantageously for most pin positions.

Ladies
Left of centre drive will drift towards the middle. Second shots should be aimed towards the bank on the left side of the green. Shots arriving just short of the green will bounce right as will shots mounting the green on the right.

Men

Aim just inside the big tree on the left side for the best run-on. Second shots should be dropped short and towards the left as green slopes towards the right.

Ladies
Drive towards the tree on the left and a good shot will be rewarded with a run over the ridge. Second shots need to run in from the left hand slope. This kicks the ball to the right towards the green

Men

Treat this as a par 5. Drive slightly right of centre to bounce left towards the middle. Check pin position before second shot to select best position from which to chip in to the green.

Ladies
Keeping your drive straight down the middle is the order of the day. Aim long second shot left for the best position from which to approach the green and use your 5 shots for par.

Men

Straight tee shot to right side of green is essential. All the trouble is at the front of the green. Large bunker to the left, and three pot bunkers to the right.

Ladies
Easy Par 3 if you can get your drive on the green. If not, you have bunkers to negotiate on the left and right, plus grass bunkers to the front.

Men

Straight drive slightly left of centre is ideal. Green will accept full carry for 2nd shot unless particularly dry. Pitches left short may run up to the green but then roll back. A difficult green.

Ladies
Avoid driving out of bounds on the right hand side. Straight drive and second shot will be of benefit. Pitches left short tend to roll back, care needed on this very difficult green.


Men

Aim drive midway between spinneys on either side. Drives towards but short of right-hand spinney often bounce out towards middle to give clear shot up and over to the green. 2nd shot plays a club or two less than expected.

Ladies
Aim drive just inside right-hand spinney and a clear second shot to the green should result. Drives to the left could be punished by the left hand tree as fairway falls to the left. Fairway slopes appreciably down to green so do not over-club.


Men

A very long uphill par 3 but drives which avoid the spinney are usually salvageable for a clear 2nd shot. Punch chip in short to run up the green for a chance of a single putt.

Ladies
Straight to the green is the order of the day, the fairway slopes to the left so keep as far right as possible to miss the trees. Careful second shot should let you par this hole.


Men

This is our signature hole requiring an accurate tee shot & long carry over the valley. Wind conditions can make club selection quite tricky. Lots of trouble to the left and right of the green which is well protected by 3 bunkers. A 2 tiered sloping green where the banking to the left can be used to assist the return of your tee shot back onto the putting surface. .

Ladies
If you can’t drive the green, a second shot from the valley is easier than a chip from the steep slope up to the green. As you walk down the slope towards the green check the pin position as this is a 2 tiered green.


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