Hole by hole

IMG_1184_bannerSituated within easy access of the A1, we are only 5 minutes from the southern end of the Morpeth By-Pass. Morpeth golf club is very accessible.

The course measures 6,341 yards from the white tees, 5,966 from the yellow tees and is a par 71 for men. For ladies it is 5,725 and a par 73. With a variety of holes where risk and reward need to be taken in to account the course provides a challenge and enjoyment for a wide variety of abilities.


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Hole 1 Hole 6 Hole 11 Hole 16
Hole 2 Hole 7 Hole 12 Hole 17
Hole 3 Hole 8 Hole 13 Hole 18
Hole 4 Hole 9 Hole 14 Hole 19
Hole 5 Hole 10 Hole 15  

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Hole 1 – Milky Way


253 yards. Par 4

Don't be too aggressive to start your round. This short hole has lots of trouble. Choose a club to avoid the bunkers and keep it in play. 

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Hole 2 – Quarantine


434 yards. Par 4

Favour the left side off the tee as it keeps you away from the out of bounds down the right. Into the prevailing wind don't worry too much if you can’t reach in two, most don’t! 5 isn’t a bad score here.

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Hole 3 – Gully


548 yards. Par 5

A testing tee shot where you have to avoid both out of bounds right and a pond left. Get away nicely and that leaves you the gully to contend with. Avoid this and you will be left with a shot to the well guarded green. A great par 5 early in the round..
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Hole 4 – Cottage


190 yards. Par 3

The bunker in front of the green is a good 30 yards short. Beware the wind on this sheltered tee box. Club selection is vital on this tough par 3.

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Hole 5 – Devil’s Elbow


454 yards. Par 4

This long Par 4 means its tough to tame. Keep it left of the tee to make the second easier. The blind approach to the green should be landed short, and allowed to run down the slope in order to keep it on the putting surface.
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Hole 6 – Gubeon


525 yards. Par 5

A short Par 5 that can be taken advantage of by a good tee shot over the marker, as it will run down to the flat fairway. Take care to miss the large fairway bunkers 100 yards short.
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Hole 7 – Camp


391 yards. Par 4

A straight forward Par 4. Avoid the left fairway bunker to leave a short approach to a large green. A big left to right drive is required from the medal tee.
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Hole 8 – Gap


156 yards. Par 3.

Make sure you land your shot on the green as this table top green will prove tricky to chip onto from all sides.
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Hole 9 – Tranwell


425 yards. Par 4.

This hole plays into the prevailing wind. It would be a good idea to take an extra club with your approach as the green is long.
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Hole 10 – Grindle


587 yards. Par 5

The longest hole on the course bares to the right. Keep left at all times as trouble lies all the way down the right of the hole.
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Hole 11 – Cheviot View


376 yards. Par 4

A straight drive over the marker is essential. Make sure you hit the right level on the green as the large step will dramatically affect your putt.
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Hole 12 – Peth


367 yards. Par 4

The tee shot right to allow a shot into the green. Avoiding the trees leaves a short approach should allow a good chance of birdie.
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Hole 13 – Butts


312 yards. Par 4 

This short but tricky hole should be played in 2 stages. Lay up at the bottom of the hill and hit an extra club up the hill to reach the green. The green slopes significantly from back to front.

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Hole 14 – Trees


184 yards. Par 3.

A downhill par 3 to a well-guarded green. This hole is normally a club less than the yardage suggests, middle of the green is the safe play.

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Hole 15 – Horseshoe


313 yards. Par 4

A good birdie chance but beware as the fairway is tree lined and the green is well protected. Avoid the bunkers which are further away from the green than you think.
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Hole 16 – Burnside


278 yards. Par 4


Another short par 4 which is a real risk and reward hole.  Being brave off the tee offers the chance of birdies and even eagles but beware as trouble awaits on both sides.

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Hole 17 – Whins


151 yards. Par 3

A picturesque par 3 over a burn to another well bunkered green. Whilst its not long in length the normal cross wind on this hole requires consideration.
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Hole 18 – Loansdean


397 yards. Par 4.

Your eye is drawn to the fact that out of bounds borders the hole on both sides of the fairway. Get your tee shot away and you have a chance to hit the difficult green which offers a true test of your putting.
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The 19th

The best hole on the course and an opportunity to reflect on what you would have done better and all the near misses!

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