Take an aerial tour of Ben Rhydding Golf Course
Explore the course
From the rear of the clubhouse, follow the path up to the right and cross the 9/18th fairway to the 1st tee. Enjoy your round!
The lake is out of bounds. The narrow plantation between the 1st and 2nd fairways contains areas for which a free compulsory drop must be taken
The bunker at the back of the green has been removed and replaced by grass banking.
This is the signature hole of BRGC.
a) The right hand post on the hill is the safe line to the pin. A shot to the right of this post is safer and should end up in the valley beyond (beware of being left).
b) If you are not a long hitter then you should play short of the hill, pitch onto the plateau on top of the hill then play to the green.
c) When almost on the green, ring the bell located in the left hand banking four times as you move out of the dip to let any following players know that you have cleared this point.
d) LADIES play the 4th from the top 13th tee.
When reaching the end of the tree line check left for players driving from the 7th/16th tees.
As you are moving to the 7th/16th tee ring the bell located near the path to the side of the 6th green twice to let the big hitters know that the green is clear.
This is the signature hole of BRGC (Second time). Beyond the wall to the left is out of bounds.
The left hand post on the hill is the safe line to the valley.
This is an elevated tee and in favourable weather conditions a drive can reach the green. To check if the green is clear there is a post by the fence beyond and at the same level as the 3rd green where you should be able to see if it is clear to tee off.
When almost on the green, ring the bell located in the left hand banking four times as you move out of the dip to let any following players know that you have cleared this point.
LADIES also play the 4th from the 13th tee.