The superb parkland layout, with problematic doglegs, blind shots and strategically positioned sand traps, represents a stiff challenge for even the most accomplished golfers who try to negotiate their way around Faithlegg Golf Club. At a championship yardage of 6666, distance is seldom the main problem in negotiating a good score at Faithlegg Golf Club.
The perils of the course lie more so in its clever layout and slick contoured greens. Be assured that any round at Faithlegg will test shot making skills to the limit. Rolling straight and true, the greens at Faithlegg are manicured, often dangerously fast and represent the perfect defence to a potentially low return. Varying pin placement puts the emphasis on accurate approach play, while inaccuracy is often rewarded by long putts to another level, perfectly exemplified by the par four 18th, a fitting end to the Faithlegg experience.