1“A tough par 5, true 3 shot hole. A good drive is needed to avoid to fairway bunkers on the left.The second shot must be a bit to the left of the fairway to have a clear shot to the green.The green has some subtle breaks in it, a 5 on this hole is a good score.”2“A sweeping dog-leg right to left hole. A drive favouring the left hand side will leave the shortest second shotToo much to the left will leave you blocked out from the green. The green situated in a bowl will require a careful second shot.”3“A tough tee shot across the corner of the fairway leaves you needing a good iron shotwith one extra club to the uphill green.”4Index 2 and one of the hardest par 4s on the course, with a tight drive needed towards the left-hand side of the right sloping fairway,and a long, uphill second to a difficult green proctected by bunkers on either side.”5“A 287 yard par 4, in range for the longer hitters, but needing a careful lay-up to avoidthe two new bunkers on the right edge of the fairway and a well-controlled pitch for most club golfers.”6“The first par 3, with club selection vital to avoid a verydemanding downhill putt on the large and sloping green.”7A long and tight par 4 playing a little shorter than the yardage, and with thechallenge of a green sloping away from you.”8A good par 3 surrounded by bunkers, and club selectionagain vital to find the right level on the two-tier green.”9“A par 5 normally playing downwind, so if you can avoid thefairway bunkers you have a good birdie opportunity.”10Par 4 and the toughest hole on the course.The fairway slopes from right to left while the hole doglegs from left to right,and there is an uphill 2nd shot to a small and well protected target.”11“A longer par 3 with a green sloping from the right, and a bunker awaiting you on the left.”12“If you are feeling brave you can flirt with the right-hand fairway bunker but if you are too cautious a left-hand bunker awaits you.The second is uphill to a slightly raised green.”13Par 4, The drive needs to be to the left, both to avoid the fairway bunkers and the twonew bunkers placed tight to the right edge of the fairway.”14“A long par 5 with a blind tee shot over the brow of the hill.The lay up shot has to be played well to the left to avoid the 3 fairway bunkers protecting the right half of the fairway.Playing to the green, you will have to avoid the unusual protection of a single hawthorn tree.”15“A tough par 4 doglegging left. The tee shot has to flirt with the two bunkers on the rightto open up the green for a clear second shot, which will play slightly shorter than the yardage into the away-sloping green.”16A classic short hole.The fairway slopes from left to right, the approach shot to the green,which slopes front to back, must be well placed to leave a good two putt.”17“A fantastic looking par 3, requiring an accurate short iron tothe green sloping from back to front and well protected by bunkers.”18“A good par 4.Aim the drive towards the middle of the fairway to avoid the two well placed bunkers on the rightAllow for the green also sloping from right to left when playing your approach.”
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