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Phillip rated 5 out of 5 - Apr 19 2016

Hawick is a classic example of James Braid's ability to take natural features and nurture them into an interesting and engaging set of challenges for golfers.
Yes it is very hilly and a test for the legs. It also requires some local knowledge, with a handful of blind shots. But most of all a successful golfer is required to play to a strategy; evaluate different shot options; take into account the effects of sweeping gradients, and; work out where to not to go! The third in particular is a design masterpiece, a par 4 of only mediocre length that features two distinct levels of fairway. The easier option off the tee veers right to the lower level, opening up a wider angle from which to attack the green but a second shot of 180 yards or so uphill. A successful drive down the tighter line on the left might leave as little as a 9 iron approach, but getting there requires an accurate draw. Get caught between stools and the next shot has to be played from the bottom of a deep gully with the pin not visible. A peach of a hole and preamble to the stunning sequence that crosses the top tier of Vertish Hill - like walking on the roof of the world. The finishing descent is also a joy to behold, due to the charming nature of the 16th and a seriously challenging 200 yard carry (and about 150 foot drop) to the 18th. All together a fantastic golf course in a stunning setting. Well played at Hawick, James Braid.
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Martyn S rated 4 out of 5 - Mar 23 2016

What a Course, As everything
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Ralph P rated 4 out of 5 - Mar 14 2016

Hadn't played here for a couple of years. Slight delay in going on early morning due to fog which was understandable as you couldn't see more than about 10m for quite a while. Very welcoming in the pro shop and they eventually let us go off the 10th to avoid the morning roll up and a couple of society's which was appreciated as playing as a 2 ball. Course in excellent condition given the recent weather. Greens were good. The course is open in places then a little more tree lined on some of the shorter par 4's which makes it interesting. Relatively flat so easy walking if that's a consideration. New franchise running the bar in the clubhouse apparently. HAd lunch in there after the round and both beer and food were good. Will be back relatively soon to play again.

(Round played: Mar 2016 - Score: 86 Handicap: 12.8)
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Sman rated 5 out of 5 - Jul 11 2016

Sandiway is for me the best course in Cheshire, The presentation of the course is always immaculate, the greens are the truest of any you will play. I really love the way the course meanders through the dense ancient woodlands with the most perfect elevation changes the whole way - not too much, but enough to really add to the challenge (and treat the visuals). Some of the holes are v difficult - especially off the whites. Dont be fooled by the length of the course on the scorecard - first its a a par 70 (not 72) at over 6400, but second most of the par 4's are really long when you factor in elevation changes. So feels equivalent to at least 6600. Overall its a top top course.
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geoff stoke on trent rated 3 out of 5 - Feb 24 2016

the course is well set up,some holes reward the brave whilst others are very tight and best suited to good course management ,the greens have really good drainage and temp greens are rare on this course.
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