1Par 5 – A long par 5 with water all the way down the left. The tiger line from the tee skirts the trees to the left. The carry over all the trees to the left requires an exceptio2Par 4 – Water short to the left and more water longer to the right. You need to aim for the left of the fairway. Make sure you choose the right club to avoid the problems from th3Par 3 – Good players will need a long iron to reach the back of the green. There is a drinking fountain at the tee.4An entertaining par 5 requiring positioning from the tee and a good second shot. Players can hit a 'power fade' to open up the green to possibly go for the green in two. A more con5Par 4 – The main problem on this long hole is hitting the tee shot between the two bunkers that define the dogleg. The hole is named after the trees with the purple leaves. There6Par 4 – A short hole that allows the player to lay up straight and left of the bunker that can be seen from the tee or take a driver and try to hit over the hill. It requires a l7Par 3 – This is the only hole on the course that does not have a bunker. The difficulty lies on the green which slopes severely from left to right. The mountain (La Concha) that 8Par 4 –. Aim your drive to the left to avoid the right fairway bunker. The green is guarded by a bunker at the front ... A stop at the 'chiringuito'/half way house for refreshmen9A beautifully designed par 5 named after the designer of the course. It has a double fairway, lakes and fountains. The preferred line is to the right as the fairways all slope to t10Par 4 – Avoid the left hand side of the fairway as the slope gathers your ball into difficult lies short of the willow tree. The second shot is uphill so may require a club or tw11Par 4 – There is a drinking fountain at the tee. This is a strategic and difficult hole with very difficult rough and a water hazard to the left. The second shot is downhill and 12Par 3 – A very long and uphill hole with a large two-tiered green. The magnificent carob tree on the left of the green, which was awarded the best botanical specimen of the Costa13Par 4 – This a right-hand dogleg with 'out of bounds' all the way up the right. The green is raised and protected by a bunker to the left but with no obstacles at the front. Toil14Par 4 – Slight dogleg to the right. The tee shot is best played to the right of centre as the fairway slopes from right to left, towards a bunker. This green is large with bunker15Par 5 – Dogleg to the left. It is possible to reach the green with two good shots, but the second needs to carry the bunkers that surround the green. The green has two levels and16Long par 3: 210m, 181m and 161m are the distances of the three tees. It is advisable to play to the left. The green does not present much trouble. The rock in front of the bunker o17Par 4 – Probably the best finishing hole on the Coast where the player can choose between a drive, with the risk of reaching the water hazard to the left, or a shorter iron elimi18Par 4 – Probably the best finishing hole on the Coast where the player can choose between a drive, with the risk of reaching the water hazard to the left, or a shorter iron elimi
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