Rockley, BarbadosFebruary, 2012
I have been playing golf for less than two years so this review of the course
at Rockley will reflect that.
Rockley is a nine hole course with separate tees for the back nine and has fairly
narrow fairways, often with well placed trees protecting the greens. The greens are
sloping, each with a different degree of slope to add to putting difficulty and there
are usually bunkers in front and behind.
|A relatively wide fairway with trees on the right, out
of bounds on the left and a bunker about halfway to the green. Without
a driver, I was struggling to make the green in two; in fact, I only
made it once. But I made the par four even though the hole was in a
difficult position for the Rockley Open.
|The green is convex and elevated more than is apparent in the photograph. A short ball will not roll onto the green but the ball can roll off.
Copyright: Alan Clifford, March 2012