1A long par 4 requiring a straight drive and long iron second shot to reach the green or its surrounds. Straying off the fairway into the trees on either side will usually mean a dr2Accuracy off the tee required here, as anything pushed too far right will find trouble. The tee shot is critical here as the fairway slopes from right to left. A good drive will le3A fantastically challenging Par 3 that is one of THE feature holes of the course. The 7 million litre Lake Mansini ("Pete's Pond") creates a difficult water carry that tests even t4A short Par 5. A good drive will see you reach the top of the hill or beyond, setting up the opportunity to "go for the green". An errant drive (either left or right) will provide 5A shortish par 4 with the green protected on the right hand side by a water hazard. Again, length off the tee is not as important as accuracy. The subtle slopes in the good-sized g6"The Postage Stamp" - A short par 3 that is deceiving. If you miss the green, then the pressure’s on to get up and down. Two bunkers on the left-hand side and a steep bank on the8A testing and picturesque finishing hole with a creek winding its way through the middle, which comes into play depending on the line taken. After negotiating the drive - without g9Standing on the elevated tee block, a reasonably accurate tee shot will see you on or somewhere around the green, which is guarded at the front by grass mounding. From there, your 10A very good middle iron par 3 with a hazard down the start of the left hand side, which then turns into out of bounds, before a green protected by 4 bunkers, 2 each side. Not much 11Accuracy off the tee again here, as anything left is in the scrub and anything right will take the ridge that runs along the right side of the fairway and roll onto the next fairwa12A dogleg left hole that sees anything left go into the creek, and anything right hit the ridge and lose distance and position. Either of these two outcomes makes par a difficult sc13A long par 3 from the back markers, that plays longer than its distance because it’s all uphill. If you negotiate the fairway protected by trees either side, you can hopefully re14A testing opening hole that is a tight par 5 with a tree lined fairway. A good drive leaves you with a tough decision as to lay up or have a crack at the green. Don’t miss it lef15A dog leg left par 4 with a drive landing area that will leave approx. 130 metres to the green. A straight drive will set up the best approach, with anything off the fairway requir16Placement of the tee shot from the tee is crucial with a large tree partly blocking the line to the preferred landing area of the fairway. Trouble for anything right and bailing ou17Standing on the elevated tee sees out of bounds to the left, and a green protected by a greenside bunker on the left, a bunker short and right and another bunker at the back. Close18A short hole with a sloping left to right fairway. Aim to the left of the rock in the middle of the fairway and try and position the ball. The fairway bunker guarding the short rig
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