1Keep your drive over the marker.Beware the ditch across the fairway which comes into play on your second shot.Long bunkers on either side of the green2Set your drive to the right side of the fairway.Bunkers to the front left and right of the green. Check for flag position as it's a two-tiered green so anything in the middle will run back.3Don't be fooled into thinking this is straightforward Needs a good,straight tee shot to avoid bunkers short left and right4Keep your drive to the left side of the fairwayneeds to be over the hill to get a second shot to the green Second shot is a choice - go for the green, lay up to 150 yards to have a fairly flat fairway, or drop into the dip on t5Aim your drive to the right of the fairway as it slopes away to the left (could still leave you with a blind second shot)Second shot aim down the middle and beware of the two large bunkers short of the green.6Play short of the dip in the fairway for a view of the flagwith your second shot Into the dip and it's an uphill 120 yards to the pin7The marker is your friend here - left will give you a difficult second and right will put you in the trees.Second shot - play to the left half of the green as it runs away to the right and to the back8The marker is the line but favour the right side of the fairway to avoid afairway bunker on the left. Avoid the greenside bunker on the left and anything short should run on9Sending your drive down the middle will give you a good view into the green.Anything short will leave you blind for the second shot. There's a greenside bunker on the left so check the pin position before playing Extra care when the ground is firm as there10Keep to the left side of the fairway to avoid the hidden fairway bunker on the right.Second shot is into a sloping green so keep the ball to the front - and avoid the greenside bunkers both left and right!11Bunkers left and right will pull your ball in if you're not straight The wind is key hereit can be behind, in your face, across and swirling from the tee and hardly a breath on the green12A dogleg left with a pond in the middle of the doglegStick to the marker and you'll have a clear second into the green The green runs away from left to right and back to front - so short and left is the safe option13Two tiered green sheltered at the back and open at the front so the wind and pin position will decide your clubselection - anything short will run back off the green, anything long is in the shrubbery14Send your tee shot up the right of the fairway to avoid the left hand pondOver the hill will give you a clear view of the green for your second. Second shot is uphill to a long green - but no bunkers to catch a stray ball15Signature hole! Tee shot should be to the right of the fairwayeven a slight fade will be brought back into play due to the slope Second shot is to a long, narrow green sloping from front to back with the fairway running right to left directlyland it short and it can go left or right -16Tough green to hit - left is in trees and shrubs, right runs away,short and it's a bunker or a kick to the left and long is down a bank and potentially out of bounds. Club selection is key and don't forget to account for the wind.17Straight forward drive but avoid the tree in the right middle aptly nick-named 'Schmeichel' as he stops a lot of shots.Beware the ditch that runs across the right of the fairway which catches many a decent but right sided driveThere are bunkers shielding the front left and right of the green but a good drive can leave the green reachable with a great second shot. Otherwise middle of the fairway should le18Uphill par 4 which plays longer than its yardageTake plenty of club for your second to carry to the tiered green Avoid the bunker to the right of the green and the patio to the back left of the green!
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