Hole by Hole Tour
18 Hole Course
Fantastic drainage at The Bedford means no temporary tees or greens which makes it a joy to play 365 days of the year. It is a first class round of golf that any player will find difficult to resist.
The Bedford Golf Club Course Comments
"I have played this course for the last 3 years and the only time it is on temporary greens is when there is a frost. All this time has been on the main tees as well, possibly the best winter golf you can find anywhere in the country. All staff are extremely friendly and all members have a sense of humour."
The First Hole: Tough opening drive, O.O.B left and right. 2nd shot is all carry, but don’t be long though.
The Fifth Hole: Keep the drive to the left. Long hitters can reach this undulating green in two.
The Sixth Hole: Lots of water! Long iron or 3 wood should leave a short iron to this two tiered green.
The Seventh Hole: Tough Par 4 dog leg left. Drive right of the fairway bunkers to leave a long iron into a prevailing wing. Note depth of the green
The Tenth Hole: Drive right of left hand bunkers to leave shortish shot to green. Good birdie chance.
The Eleventh Hole: Straight Par 4, but don’t hit your second shot left of the green slopes off into left hand bunkers.
The Twelfth Hole: Best Par4 on the course. Water left and right of fairway, to undulating green. 4 is always good here.
The Thirteenth Hole: Either lay up or drive the ditch. 2nd shot to raised green so it’s all carry.
The Fourteenth Hole: Great Par 5. Drive short of ditch. 2nd shot to the corner or carry all the water. 3 is possible, so is 8!
The Fifteenth Hole: Good Par 3 with water on the right. Aim between the bunkers and 3 will be good.
The Sixteenth Hole: Dog leg left. Long hitters can aim right of the pylon, or just right of the bunkers into prevailing wind makes this a long Par 5.
The Seventeenth Hole: Tough Par 3. O.O.B. just left of the green, often you will need a wood to reach.