Hole by Hole
Plan ahead for your visit to Teesside Golf Club and make the most of your round with our course map. For a more detailed view of the 18 holes, click on the map or the individual hole images below. You can also read the helpful tips from our resident professional Stewart Pilgrim.
The Course – Hole 1
Par 4, 359 yds, SI 10
A straight forward par 4, but beware the water near to the green if you stray too far right.
The Course – Hole 2
Par 5, 542 yds, SI 4
A dog-leg left par 5 requires an accurate drive to the right centre of the fairway followed by two shots avoiding the out of bounds on the right to a long narrow green.
The Course – Hole 3
Par 3, 128 yds, SI 18
A short iron to the green but two greenside bunkers waiting any errant stokes.
The Course – Hole 4
Par 4, 352 yds, SI 8
A sharp dog-leg right with position off the tee essential for a clear shot into the green, which slopes from back to front.
The Course – Hole 5
Par 5, 488 yds, SI 13
Longer hitters may try to get home in two if they can navigate the five fairway bunkers lying in wait from tee shots.
The Course – Hole 6
Par 4, 397 yds, SI 2
Usually into the prevailing wind makes this a tough challenge with out of bounds right and a two tiered green to find. Par always a good score!
The Course – Hole 7
Par 3, 190 yd,s SI 11
The sheltered tee makes it hard to judge the wind and finding the green protected by bunkers and a narrow entrance requires good club selection.
The Course – Hole 8
Par ,4 375 yds, SI 5
Drive to a narrow fairway then find the well protected green with a more undulating surface than most.
The Course – Hole 9
Par 4, 357 yds, SI 15
A Drive down the right half of the fairway should open up the green to attack the pin.
The Course – Hole 10
Par 5, 524 yds, SI 7
A Drive followed by a lay up in front of the water will still lave a mid iron into the green, longer hitters may challenge the water on their second shots but rarely reach the green.
The Course – Hole 11
Par 5, 539 yds, SI 12
With the wind behind this is a chance to get near the green in two but fairway bunkers have to be avoided and the green presents a small target.
The Course – Hole 12
Par 4, 330 yds, SI 16
A straight drive avoiding bunkers on either side of the fairway and water on the left should then leave a pitch onto the green.
The Course – Hole 13
Par 3, 196 yds, SI 9
Water in front and a small target protected by bunkers on either side make this a challenging tee shot.
The Course – Hole 14
Par 4, 25yds, SI 1
A challenging drive to a small target area with out of bounds right and bunkers to the left and right can ruin many a card. The fairway dog-legs right to a green with a narrow entrance protected by bunkers either side.
The Course – Hole 15
Par 3, 160 yds, SI 14
Usually into the wind this well protected green gives little respite.
The Course – Hole 16
Par 4, 421 yds, SI 3
A straight drive is essential to avoid bunkers down the right and a lone bunker on the left side of the fairway. Should still leave a mid to long iron to find the green with bunkers encroaching the entrance to the green.
The Course – Hole 17
Par 4, 294 yds, SI 17
Risk and reward hole can be reached off the tee but the narrow entrance and tight bunkers can result in problems. An iron or rescue off the tee to the left hand side leaves a simple shot in to the green to try and capture that birdie.
The Course – Hole 18
Par 4, 410 yds, SI 6
Picturesque finishing hole. A good drive should leave a mid to short iron for the second shot to the green. The lake in front of the green is a magnet for many a ball especially with the gallery on the clubhouse balcony watching. The largest green on the course could leave you some long putts before you finish.