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The course is extremely varied, with many holes
having been developed on farmland, cleared of
gorse and bracken. It offers a complete range of
natural hazards from streams, turf banks to gorse.
The longest hole is the par 5 seventh but perhaps
the most daunting is the par four dog-leg right
eleventh. This hole demands a long and accurate
tee shot over a long carry of gorse bushes, to set
up a mid-iron second to the green.
The fourth hole is also a favourite with the
members, as the stream comes into play with the
approach shot to this tricky green.
The greens at Peel are always an excellent
element of the course and it requires a certain
degree of course management to plot a good
score. However, the stunning views from the
course and the facilities on offer when you reach
the clubhouse make any round of golf here