Hole 17 - Royal Norwich

Our 18-hole golf course

Parkland | 7209 yards | Par 73

On 16 September 2019 we made the move to Weston Longville and opened our stunning new 18-hole course featuring genderless tees and a 6-hole academy course both designed by European Golf Design. Our new course features state of the art practice facilities including short game area, practice bunkers, extensive practice putting green and range facilities.

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  • Discover our 18 hole golf course
  • Gold
  • 374 yards
  • Par 4
  • Navy
  • 353 yards
  • Silver
  • 337 yards
  • Black
  • 308 yards
  • Bronze
  • 281 yards

Hole 1

Our beautiful opening hole requires one of the most accurate tee shots at Royal Norwich. Your eyes can easily be distracted by the right hand side of the hole and the stunning copper beach tree. However the perfect tee shot will finish just short of the left hand fairway bunker.

  • Gold
  • 149 yards
  • Par 3
  • Navy
  • 134 yards
  • Silver
  • 127 yards
  • Black
  • 121 yards
  • Bronze
  • 97 yards

Hole 2

A classic Ross McMurray hole and the first example of where you must pay attention to the pin location. The large run-offs mean short siding yourself with your approach will ensure an extremely challenging second shot, especially when missing the green to the left.

  • Gold
  • 555 yards
  • Par 5
  • Navy
  • 525 yards
  • Silver
  • 496 yards
  • Black
  • 471 yards
  • Bronze
  • 412 yards

Hole 3

Fire away! One of the most inviting tee shots on the course! The generous fairway of our 3rd hole allows you to open your shoulders and go for that big drive. This stunning, sweeping, dog-leg par 5 is always a memorable one for any golfer.

  • Gold
  • 181 yards
  • Par 3
  • Navy
  • 158 yards
  • Silver
  • 150 yards
  • Black
  • 127 yards
  • Bronze
  • 120 yards

Hole 4

This testing par 3 is all about position. Again, you must pay attention to the pin location and avoid short siding your approach. It’s never a bad option to play for the middle of the green.

  • Gold
  • 465 yards
  • Par 4
  • Navy
  • 440 yards
  • Silver
  • 411 yards
  • Black
  • 380 yards
  • Bronze
  • 351 yards

Hole 5

The first of our very testing par four holes might indicate if you need to play from a different set of our 5 options of tees. If the 5th hole feels more like a par 5 you might want to consider moving forward!

  • Gold
  • 446 yards
  • Par 4
  • Navy
  • 415 yards
  • Silver
  • 380 yards
  • Black
  • 360 yards
  • Bronze
  • 324 yards

Hole 6

Another tee shot which is crying out to be hit with the driver. The open feel of this hole disguises a tactical choice. The further right you position your tee shot, the shorter the hole plays - but this choice brings the deep fairway bunkers into play.

  • Gold
  • 576 yards
  • Par 5
  • Navy
  • 548 yards
  • Silver
  • 533 yards
  • Black
  • 473 yards
  • Bronze
  • 433 yards

Hole 7

One of the longest par fives on the course also features one of the smallest greens. Avoiding the large oak tree and fairway bunker along the right side of the 7th are key to successfully playing this hole.

  • Gold
  • 440 yards
  • Par 4
  • Navy
  • 413 yards
  • Silver
  • 406 yards
  • Black
  • 367 yards
  • Bronze
  • 322 yards

Hole 8

Enjoy! No matter your success or failure playing our 8th, always stop to enjoy the scenery of our 400 year old parkland, which is encapsulated on this hole. Keep your approach shot to the right side of the green and the undulations will feed the ball to the pin.

  • Gold
  • 532 yards
  • Par 5
  • Navy
  • 526 yards
  • Silver
  • 489 yards
  • Black
  • 476 yards
  • Bronze
  • 434 yards

Hole 9

A great example of the rolling fairways, which are a feature of our Ross Mcmurray designed course. A good knowledge of playing from sloping lies will certainly help you on this hole. After holing out, enjoy the halfway house to the left of the 9th green.

  • Gold
  • 440 yards
  • Par 4
  • Navy
  • 418 yards
  • Silver
  • 379 yards
  • Black
  • 349 yards
  • Bronze
  • 317 yards

Hole 10

After refreshments at the half way house hopefully you’re ready to take on the 10th. Long hitters need to be aware of laying back a little as a ball positioned too far down the right side of this hole will result in being blocked out for the shot to the green.

  • Gold
  • 188 yards
  • Par 3
  • Navy
  • 164 yards
  • Silver
  • 153 yards
  • Black
  • 124 yards
  • Bronze
  • 116 yards

Hole 11

Another extremely testing par 3 at Royal Norwich. Missing short or long of this green is much more preferable than a miss wide. Birdies are very rare indeed on the 11th.

  • Gold
  • 608 yards
  • Par 5
  • Navy
  • 554 yards
  • Silver
  • 525 yards
  • Black
  • 500 yards
  • Bronze
  • 455 yards

Hole 12

The longest hole on the course from the gold tees! With 150 yards between the front and back tees the 12th can be a monster or a walk in the park...you choose. The rolling fairways often remind guests of a classic links course. Take time to enjoy the scenery.

  • Gold
  • 381 yards
  • Par 4
  • Navy
  • 346 yards
  • Silver
  • 316 yards
  • Black
  • 277 yards
  • Bronze
  • 270 yards

Hole 13

You are now facing two of the shortest yet, tactically, most demanding holes on the course. The 13th fairway looks enormous and nearly impossible to miss. However, play your tee shot down the left and it's likely you will not have a clear shot to the largest green on the course. Aim to the right of the large fairway trap.

  • Gold
  • 321 yards
  • Par 4
  • Navy
  • 298 yards
  • Silver
  • 286 yards
  • Black
  • 263 yards
  • Bronze
  • 256 yards

Hole 14

The big hitters may attempt to drive this green. However, the run offs have to be played several times to be fully respected. Missing this green in any place other than just short will leave an exceptionally difficult up and down. Many cards have been ruined around this green!

  • Gold
  • 459 yards
  • Par 4
  • Navy
  • 425 yards
  • Silver
  • 397 yards
  • Black
  • 361 yards
  • Bronze
  • 322 yards

Hole 15

One of our defining holes. What a par four! As well as being one of the longest par fours on the course, the 15th also tends to play longer than its yardage. The sloping fairway helps the player's tee shot to find the right side of this hole, which gives the best line into the green.

  • Gold
  • 399 yards
  • Par 4
  • Navy
  • 395 yards
  • Silver
  • 372 yards
  • Black
  • 345 yards
  • Bronze
  • 314 yards

Hole 16

Club selection from the tee can be crucial here. One of the tightest tee shots also requires a tee shot of an optimum distance. Too short or long from the tee will result in a blocked line to the small green.

  • Gold
  • 164 yards
  • Par 3
  • Navy
  • 155 yards
  • Silver
  • 142 yards
  • Black
  • 128 yards
  • Bronze
  • 95 yards

Hole 17

Enjoy every minute of playing our beautiful signature hole. Ian Poulter hit his tee shot to 20 feet. Remember the 17th plays every inch of its yardage and taking one club more is often a wise choice.

  • Gold
  • 531 yards
  • Par 5
  • Navy
  • 496 yards
  • Silver
  • 482 yards
  • Black
  • 444 yards
  • Bronze
  • 420 yards

Hole 18

Stables bound! This long par 5 is a great test to finish with. A straight tee shot is a must. The large tree short and left of the green is a beauty, but any ball finishing behind it will block the line to the green. Enjoy the walk up the 18th and into The Stables, relax, unwind and treat yourself to some locally sourced food and refreshment.

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