5th Green
COURSE

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Pin Position Guide: Pin locations can be viewed by clicking HERE. Check with Pro's shop staff to find which Zone is being used.

     
No.
Name
White
Tees
Yellow
Tees
Par
/ S.I.
Description
Red
Tees
Par
/ S.I.

No.
Name
White
Tees
Yellow
Tees
Par
/ S.I.
Description
Red
Tees
Par
/ S.I.

1
The Kelvin 420
395
4
(3)
With the River Kelvin and out of bounds to the left, this is one of the most difficult holes on the course. 367
4
(5)

10
Ross Dhu 367
340
4
(12)
From an elevated tee, the 10th has two strategically placed bunkers, left and right of the green. 317
4
(12)
2
Westfield 502
490
5
(9)
Like the first, heading west into the prevailing wind, the second also has out of bounds all along the left. 417
5
(9)

11
Braid's Bes 359
353
4
(6)
Another feature hole, the 11th plays to an elevated green with a deep gully on it's left. 349
4
(6)
3
Carlston 289
275
4
(13)
From an elevated tee, the third hole intersects the par three 15th. 264
4
(13)

12
Ower The Tap 316
305
4
(16)
From the medal (white) tee this can be a daunting first shot over 100 yards of gorse and shrubs. 246
4
(16)
4
Never Up 118
109
3
(15)
A deceptive short par 3, the 4th green is never as easy as it first appears. 99
3
(15)

13
Staney Brae 380
341
4
(8)
Again playing to an elevated green (a double green shared with the 15th), it is vital to reach this green in two. 296 4
(4)
5
The Trough 340
327
4
(11)
With the green out of sight from the tee, this hole is well guarded by bunkers to the left of the plateau green. 289
4
(11)

14
The Quarry 165
158
3
(14)
Playing over gorse and shrubs for all but the last 20 yards, this hole is well guarded by bunkers. 151 3
(14)
6
The Dog Leg 434
403
4
(5)
As it's name suggests, the 6th is a dog leg to the left towards a two tier green. This is one of Hayston's feature holes. 400
5
(7)

15
The Neck 232
208
3
(2)
A long par 3, this is regarded as the most difficult hole on the course. 202 3
(8)
7
The Quarteredeck 437
433
4
(1)
A difficult par 4, the second shot is played blind to an elevated green. 330
4
(1)

16
Midfield 489
489
5
(10)
The 16th is a make or break hole for many. Although it appears straightforward this is never an easy hole. 422 5
(2)
8
The Dip 152
142
3
(17)
The 8th is a straightforward par 3 played from an elevated tee. 136
3
(17)

17
Road Hole 384
377
4
(4)
An uphill par 4, a strategically placed bunker short of the green makes this a harder hole than first appears. 363 4
(10)
9
Stackyard 551
519
5
(7)
A long uphill par 5, the 9th has ruined many good scores. 467
5
(3)

18
Weir's Hame 145
138
3
(18)
With out of bounds left and right this is Hayston's 'killer' hole. 131 3
(16)

Out
3243
3093
36

2769
37


In
2837
2709
34

2477











Total
6080
5802
70

5246 71










S.S.S.
69
69


71

Golf Course Maintenance Schedule (Average) - May to October


Weekly:
Alternately Cut & Roll greens (6 to 7 times per week)
Cut Tees (Twice weekly)
Cut Fairways (Twice weekly)
Cut Rough (Once per week)
Cut Green Surrounds (Twice weekly)
Cut Tee & Bunker Banking (As needed)
Rake Bunkers (2 to 3 times per week)
Seed & Soil (Par 3s every week. Par 4/5s every week)
Change Holes (Twice per week)
Empty Bins
Clean around Boot Cleaner

Monthly:
Early feed of greens
Top Dressing of Greens & Tees

Late May:
Overseed Greens




Late June:

Fertilise Greens, Tees & Surrounds

Late August:
Overseed Greens

Early September:
Overseed Greens
Fertilise Greens, Tees & Surrounds

September - October:
Top Dressing of Greens & Tees

As Required:
Sarrel Rolling of Greens
Verti Cutting of Greens

All work subject to weather permitting

Tom Currie
Head Greenkeeper (24/02/17)

Winter Works Schedule 2016/17
Below is a schedule of the proposed winter works. There may be additional works which become evident or are considered desirable, during the winter months, but in the main the identified works will take priority.

November/December
1. Rebuild and re-contour the rear half of the 7th green.
2. Build raised pathway from 15th tee to 3rd fairway.
3. Continue hollow tining to the greens.
4. Level the 4th and 18th tees and front section of the 8th tee. Thereafter commence levelling work on the remainder of the tees.
5. Remediate the path from the 14th tee.
6. Tine the fairways.

January/March
1. Bunker face/surround  repairs and re-compact bunker sand.
2. Continue clearing works to plantations, removing ground level shrubs and thin/weak pine trees where necessary.
3. Continue with item 4 above.
4. Localised drainage works to fairways.
5. Clearing operations to the practice area.
6. Continue hollow tining to greens.





Gentlemen/Ladies,

I am sure that you will give the green staff the utmost courtesy when they are working on the course. Their health and safety is of the utmost priority. Therefore please pay particular attention during the winter months when poor weather conditions prevail. It is important that you see the green staff and they see you. So be vigilant.

If for reasons of course work or weather, parts of the course are temporarily  closed, please remember that ultimately it is for the improvement of the course and the benefit of the members that these measures are undertaken.

Joe Stuart
Greens Convenor
28/10/16





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