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Hawick Golf Club - Roxburghshire, United Kingdom

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Hawick Golf Club, Hawick, Roxburghshire, TD9 0NY, United Kingdom

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01450 372293
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http://www.hawickgolfclub.com/
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thesecretary@hawickgolfclub.com
Length: 5933yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 68

About the Golf Club

Hawick Golf Club is an old and well established golf club, which lies in the beautiful borders of Scotland, with it's rolling heather clad hills, and the Rivers Tweed, and Teviot, running through wooded valleys to the sea, centuries of history, castles, abbeys, and watchtowers.

Hawick Golf Club, the oldest golf club in the Borders, has been in existence since 1877. Located on the picturesque Vertish Hill on the outskirts of Hawick, where the famous brands of cashmere garments of Peter Scott, Pringle, Lyle and Scott, are produced.

Nick Faldo (who holds the professional course record of 64), Colin Montgomerie and Tony Jacklin, are all honorary members.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

very impressive when you get out the car and look up at the hill or were we come from the mountain,layed out very well this course but if ur gonna walk it you need to be fitter than a mountain goat,we all had buggies and very glad ov it,3 nice steady holes along the bottom then nice par 4 uphill,then 1 across the top not a very good hole 4 the hookers,stroke1 the 6th and the 7th and 9th tough long par 4s,10 and eleven good par 4s then nice par 3, 16th great par 4 then a 210yrd par3 to finish but its down hill all the way nice finishing hole,this course was alot of the lads favourite alot ov nice reachable par 4s on it but another 1 with tricky greens ,we asked the locals (who were all very friendly and couldnt help us enough) what is best way to stick on the greens they said usually very recptive but had a dry spell and only like this 3 or 4 weeks of year,would like to play again as im sure could shoot lower now no which is best way in to greens,and i played 1 under my h,cap, as didnt have 2 much bother getting there in regulation on alot,must play if in area but get a buggy

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