Chiltern Forest Golf Club (Aylesbury, United Kingdom)
Contacts:01296 631267 Fax:01296 632709 Email: Address: Aston Hill Halton Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP22 5NQ United Kingdom Quick facts:18 holes, practice area, restaurant.
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Chiltern Forest Golf Club is set set in the Chiltern Hills. An established tree-lined course threaded through the rolling Chiltern Hills. Almost every hole of A beautiful 18-hole woodland course cut through the forest. Although the course is only 5760 yards long off the white tees, it plays every yard of that due to the hilly nature of the course. In 1992 the club officially opened the course as 18 holes. The club's site offers some pro tips for each hole playing. 1st hole called "The Cornfield" is an easily reachable par 4 for the aggressive tee shot. But danger hazards with three well placed bunkers and a green that runs away from you. The 2nd hole "Daniel's Trudge" is a great looking hole across the valley. A tee shot up the left to leave an approach to a green that slopes towards you. Guard against hitting your ball past the flag as this will leave you a quick putt back. The 3rd Hole is a par 3 where a shot to the right will filter the ball back onto the green. Look out of the left side as the ball will finish in the forest if the green is missed. The 4th hole "The Beeches" is a par 5 where a tee shot on the left half of the fairway will meet right. This will leave you with the option of either a lay up guarding against the bunkers protecting the green or attack the flag. The "Mentmore" 5th hole is a fine short par 4 where finding the fairway is a necessity. This will leave an advance to a bunkerless raised green that is finely rolling. The 6th hole is a good birdie chance where the brave can drive the green but watch out, as the forest lurks for the wilful. The other option is to play short and hold on a hard green. The ideal line in the 7th hole is to hug the trees to the left and let the ball use the slope to find the centre of the fairway. The 8th hole called "The Badger" is a steeply uphill par. Play plenty of club for your tee shot as this hole plays far longer than the yardage suggests. The 9th Hole is a long par 4 that will play mostly as a par 5. A drive to the left of the bunker will leave a long approach to a green that slopes from right to left. The course offers a fair challenge to players of all abilities. Visitors welcome midweek and with member at weekends.