Reigate Hill Hole Guide

The Reigate Hill Golf Course was designed by the renowned architect David Williams as an 18 hole, par 72 course layout.

It plays a very challenging 6,270 yards SSS 71 course, which provides something far more important than length alone - a great deal of fun! We have some of the best fairways you'll find, as well as dry and firm tees in play all year round.


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335 4
323 4
311 4

Pro’s Tips

The key to this hole is position with your second shot. Play short of the bunkers on the left. This will leave you about 150 yards to the green. Keep your approach shot a little left of the flag as everything kicks down from there.


335 4
323 4
311 4

Par 4

2
140 3
128 3
119 3

Pro’s Tips

Keep left of the flag and take one more club than the yardage suggests.


140 3
128 3
119 3

Par 3

3
530 5
530 5
481 5

Pro’s Tips

The key to this hole is position with your second shot. Play short of the bunkers on the left. This will leave you about 150 yards to the green. Keep your approach shot a little left of the flag as everything kicks down from there.


530 5
530 5
481 5

Par 5

4
384 4
372 4
364 4

Pro’s Tips

Keep your drive to the left. The second shot is all down hill so it won't play as far as the yardage suggests.


384 4
372 4
364 4

Par 4

5
341 4
331 4
320 4

Pro’s Tips

The longer hitters can get over the cross bunkers leaving a short approach to a long green. However, the safest way to play the hole is to lay up short of the bunkers leaving a mid-iron to the green.


341 4
331 4
320 4

Par 4

6
366 4
332 4
313 4

Pro’s Tips

Keep your drive as far right as possible to allow the slope to bring your ball back to the middle of the fairway. Do the same with your second shot.


366 4
332 4
313 4

Par 4

7
502 5
492 5
475 5

Pro’s Tips

The best line of the tee is up the left hand of the two fairways which gives you a better view of the green. Your approach shot is a little longer than it looks so take an extra club.


502 5
492 5
475 5

Par 5

8
148 3
132 3
118 3

Pro’s Tips

Hit and hope. This hole can play anything from a wedge to a 4-iron deoending on the wind. Good Luck!


148 3
132 3
118 3

Par 3

9
316 4
308 4
301 4

Pro’s Tips

A good drive up the left side will leave you with the best line in. There is trouble at the front and the back so club selection is very important.


316 4
308 4
301 4

Par 4

10
348 4
311 4
292 4

Pro’s Tips

Hit your drive up the left to allow for the slope. The second shot is tough and the best results come from flying the ball onto the green rather than trying to use the unpredictable contours.


348 4
311 4
292 4

Par 4

11
548 5
536 5
482 5

Pro’s Tips

Keep your drive as tight to the left side as possible as this will make the second shot easier. Make sure you take enough club with your approach as all the trouble is at the front of the green.


548 5
536 5
482 5

Par 5

12
206 3
191 3
163 3

Pro’s Tips

The only place you don't want to be here is long. Don't be deceived, it is downhill and normally plays a club less than the yardage suggests to the large receptive green.


206 5
191 5
163 5

Par 3

13
322 4
312 4
296 4

Pro’s Tips

Hit your drive up the left, this should leave you a mid to short iron in to a long green.


322 4
312 4
296 4

Par 4

14
519 5
504 5
495 5

Pro’s Tips

This is a reachable par 5 for the longer hitters but most of us should play it as a 3-shotter. Take one more club to make sure you get over the water.


519 5
504 5
495 5

Par 5

15
143 3
133 3
130 3

Pro’s Tips

Don't get too greedy here. Play for the right side of the triple-tiered green. A par here is always a good score.


143 3
133 3
130 3

Par 3

16
306 4
298 4
284 4

Pro’s Tips

Position is more important than distance here. Keep your drive up the right. This will give you the best shot in.


306 4
298 4
284 4

Par 4

17
386 4
376 4
361 4

Pro’s Tips

Aim for the marker pole from the tee. The second shot is very deceptive. Take at least one club more than you think and favour the right side of the green.


386 4
376 4
361 4

Par 4

17
396 4
384 4
371 4

Pro’s Tips

Keep your drive as far left as possible. The longer hitters should be aware of the burn off the tee.


396 4
384 4
371 4

Par 4