St George's Hill remains today a golfing gem. Each hole, of which there are three loops of nine, is memorable and individual in character, with heather, silver birch and stately Scots pine - the fairways are undulating and follow the natural contours of the land. Undoubtedly Colt was a genius, one of the great, if not the greatest golf architect of all time and it has been suggested that St George’s Hill is his masterpiece. After a well deserved drink at the halfway hut prepare yourself for the blue nine. The blue nine tends to play harder than the red and from the 13th on-wards is a stern test with a 200yd plus par 3, long par 5 and a handful of par 4's all over 400 yards. The green nine is a great challenge in itself, a slightly shorter nine compared to the red and blue, but also a lot tighter, strategic play is required here if a good score is to be had. The Stroke Index on the Green nine is determined by which of the other courses it is played with to make a full 18 hole round.