1“At only 289 yards the course breaks you in gently, with roughleft, trees right and bunkers guarding the green. Accuracy is the key to not losing a shot at this opening hole.2“A good straight tee shot of around 210 yards gets you into the perfect position at the bottom of the slopeslightly left and you will be blocked out by trees. Good club selection is required to find a lengthy but well guarded green that slopes back to front.”3“A blind tee shot awaits at the third. Drive left of the marker post to a sharply sloping fairway.Expect the ball to be below your feet for your approach to a green nearly 40 yards long, With trees over hanging left, and rough right, an accurate shot is required to make par or 4“The first par three is slightly uphill to a green set across a slopeand at an angle over a bunker guarding the front of the green. Good club selection is required on this simple par 3 to avoid putting a bogey on your card.”5“A strong hole at stroke index 3.With out of bounds running the full length of the hole on the right the perfect tee shot is a slight fade from the copse on the left side allowing the ball to follow the contours tA long narrow green is well guarded by a bunker left and steep bank right.”6“The ideal line is up the right hand side avoiding the copse on the left,leaving a second shot to a slightly elevated and tricky green that slopes sharply from right to left. Three putts can easily be taken here.”7“A picturesque hole with a sharp dogleg left.A tee shot of between 180 and 220 will leave you in perfect position for your approach that is played over a ravine to a plateau green. Out of bounds awaits left so an accurate sho8“From an elevated tee follow the marker post to a fairway that opens out at around 180yards leaving you in perfect shape for the approach to the tiered green. Good club judgment should ensure a solid par.”9“After a run of three short par 4’s you are met by stroke index 1.At just over 400 yards the hole is played into the prevailing wind and a par here is a real bonus. The green is well protected by trees so club selection for the approach can be tr10“Getting your distance on this par 3 which is played downhill to a generous green 157 yards away sounds simple. But beware,the tee is sheltered by trees and the right to left wind can surprise you. With a big bunker short and large drop offs, left, right and long, the green may be generous but hitting 11“This hole is played to a sloping right to left fairway.From there expect a mid to long iron played with the ball above your feet to a green running from front right to left; it is very easy to have a 10 footer with the same amount of b12“The most picturesque tee shot on the course, played from an elevated tee with a panoramic backdrop.Two fairway bunkers at 150 yards from the green make a tight drive for the longer hitters.From the fairway most players will have a semi blind approach to a slightly offset green, at stroke index 2 a par is a good result on any day.”13“A straight forward long iron or fairway wood down the middleleaves you in perfect position to approach this long slim green. A birdie chance if you can find the putting surface.”14“Similar to the 3rd, the 14 is an uphill par 3 which will play longer than its yardage.Played to the shallowest green on the course, at only 19 yards deep, getting your distance right is a must.”15“You have to wait a long time for the first and only par 5 and it is a definite birdie opportunity.The fairway sits above you, sliding left to right and a good tee shot sets you up nicely for the approach to a large offset green.”16“This stroke index 4 is almost always played into the prevailing wind.The right half of the fairway is the ideal line to leave a straight forward shot to the green sloping very sharply from back to front.”17“A tee shot of 180 yards is needed to carry over a large ravine to a plateau fairway.From the brow of the fairway you look down onto a large green that invites a well stuck shot. Judging the distance is again the key to securing a par.”18A testing tee shot for the last drive.Favour the right hand side of the fairway for the best position for your second shotThe ravine at around 230 yards provides a challenge to the big hitters. A well stuck approach, two putts and a par can usually give you bragging rights over the rest of your group
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