Friday, June 29, 2007

Humber Valley Resort-Newfoundland Golf

Humber Valley Resort-Newfoundland, Canada
I came across a link to Humber Valley while reading Robert Thompson's blog, he is heading out to Newfoundland to see this course and after seeing the pics is he lucky! Check out his blog, a good daily read for Canadian golfers.

Humber Valley Resort-River #6
What they have to say:
The Sixth
Back into the wind. A gentle dogleg with bunkers in the elbow give you an opportunity to cut the corner to reduce the length of a very long second. The green is fairly flat and large, but it needs to be as most players will be using a long iron or fairway wood for their approach. Par is an excellent score here.

Humber Valley Resort River #10
What they have to say:
The Tenth
Par four. Dramatic tee shot into the teeth of the wind played from a pulpit 180 ft above the fairway. The fairway is wide but once on it, one's second is long played across and through a large swale. Bunkers, short and left of the green catch any ball struck less than perfectly. The green is highly contoured with a small and very raised platform back right that is very tough to get to if the greenkeeper has had a bad morning! No guarantees of two putts on this green. Ranked toughest on the back nine, this hole deserves its reputation. Par is an excellent score here.

Newfoundland Golf Hole

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