Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Cheshire
The land is unusually flat, offering little in the way of definition – three sides of the course are bordered by houses and the Dee Estuary lies on the western side. When you get out onto the course, the undulations become more pronounced and, as you move away from the houses, the overall experience improves. The holes alongside the shore (9, 10, 11 and 12) are the most visually appealing and very challenging. Without doubt, Royal Liverpool is a tough links. Only a couple of holes are in the dunes – otherwise there is little protection from the ever-changing wind. There is nothing artificial about the course. It represents a traditional, genuine test of golf and it was heart-warming to see that Hoylake examined the very best players in 2006. They came, they saw and Tiger conquered!
Royal St.Davids (par-72)
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