The championship Main Course at Surrey Golf Course measures in excess of 6,800 yards from the blue tees, 6400 yards from the white tees and 5,900 yards from the red tees. The course features a beautiful variety of mature trees, and combined with strategically placed water hazards and bunkers, will challenge all golfers. However, the generous fairways and trimmed rough, makes it enjoyable for golfers of all levels. Tournaments played on the Main Course normally involve participants who are familiar with the game of golf, including course etiquette and being able to complete 18 holes of golf in 4 ¼ hours.
The Willows Nine course was constructed in the mid 1980’s in order to meet the needs of the new golfer and those golfers who wish a shorter, somewhat less demanding, and more economically priced golf experience. The Willows Nine is well suited to tournaments that prefer nine holes, a shorter course, and where the majority of the tournament participants have limited golfing experience.
The Willows Nine measures 1983 yards and is comprised of 5 par 3’s, 3 par 4’s, and a par 5. Don’t let the length fool you, the Willows Nine is very challenging with it’s water hazards and undulating greens.
The main advantage to the tournament of a Shotgun Start is to have your participants start and end play at approximately the same time. This facilitates a more enjoyable start and finish to your event should you have a large number of participants.
In order to hold a Shotgun Start a minimum of 120 golfers is required on the Main Course. Shotgun starts will begin at 1:15 pm on the Main Course.
For the Willows Nine 40 golfers are required for a 9 hole shotgun, and 64 golfers for an 18 hole shotgun.
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