Hazlehead Pines Golf Course
Converted from a 9-hole into an 18-hole course in the 1970’s, the Hazlehead Pines course offers more forgiveness to miss-hits from the tee.
This 18 hole par 67 (5735 yds.) has a more open aspect than the neighbouring MacKenzie Course. The course was re-designed in the early seventies by Brian Hugget, Neil Coles and Roger Dyer, who were renowned for producing inviting challenges through their golf course designs.
The Hazlehead Pines also provides a fair test for the golf enthusiast with wide fairways and less rough. Be sure to keep an eye out at the 12th tee and the approach to the green on the 17th for stunning views of the city and towards the sea and take a moment to soak up the surroundings of this fantastic course.