1A good opening par 5 with plenty of interest along the way.Drive off between two dry-stone walls intersecting the fairway, aim for the gap between the trees,finally reaching the recessed green guarded by bunkers left and right.2Classic short Par 4 with delightful natural features on the right of the carry and new trees to the leftIllusory bunkering to front and side and attractive raised green that the big hitters could reach from the tee - but missing it risks the birdie.3A good length Par 4 starts with a demanding drive over a dry-stone wall to land on a fairwaybetween two wooded areas before finally playing to a downhill green. Bogey players need to chart a route between mounds.4Par 5 playing along a boundary hawthorn hedge and stone wall with attractive rise and fall of wall right of second shot and a valley feature.Contoured green with surrounds that mirror precisely the rise and fall of the boundary wall beyond.5The Signature hole, a tee elevated above the green some 100ft down the escarpment;magnificent setting and spectacular views and nicely sculptured all round the approach and green; something appealing about the relative simplicity of the green and bunkers in cont6Challenging par 4 of 370 yards SI 5; wonderful, intriguing undulating fairway with its linksy and prehistoric feel once you have accurately driven over the saddle.You can reach the green in two but then you have to master a difficult green, which continues the bold contours of the fairway, to finish the hole.7You can reach the green in two but then you have to master a difficult green, which continues the bold contours of the fairway, to finish the hole.contoured, natural rough that influences play. A natural setting for the green with native vegetation all around and a stone wall border for the path up to 8th8Intriguing, short Par 3 with strong feature all round and an elevated two tier green guarded on the right corner by a bunker and dramatically sloping to danger on the left.There is an easy rise from tee to green providing a pause for the climb back up to the Club House.9Challenging up hill par 4 of 410 yards, with trees to both sides and a long gentle dog leg to the left.The green has a left and right tier that both slope dramatically back down the fairway making pitch and putt accuracy crucial.10Solid length Par 5 with a dog leg left at the fairway marker around an intersecting dry stone wall that protects the hotel along the borderTrees along the right and out of bounds to the left and then an interesting green attractively contoured and sloping away.11Classic short Par 4 with degrees of risks and rewards;drive left of the fairway bunker and then over a second green wide bunker to the hole.Or drive over the trees directly to the green.12Shortish par 4 with a valley feature mid-way along the drive that comes as a surprise.A hedge along the left and a copse to the right. Fine, narrow green for a short par 4 with tricky surrounds and fall-offs.13Long, up hill par 3 with out-of-bounds into the quarry,over an attractive, natural wall and tree boundary on the left. This time a three tiered green protects the par.14Fine blind driving hole; with a relaxed, sloping fairway past a sparse hedge line towards a difficult,long narrow green with bunkers to each side. A wayward or too ambitious shot to the green will result in a kick forward over the back or visit to the sand.15A blind uphill drive onto a fairway with trees to each side and part of a dry-stone wall to the left.Second shot to a blind green that falls away from play.16A challenging length Par 4 SI 2 with a well defined dog leg right through a gap in a dry stone wall.Too short or too far right and the wall and the copse behind provide a difficult hazard. The fairway continues down towards a saucer shaped green right by the clubhouse.17A tight, challenging drive with interesting contours to the left ofthe fairway that slope down to the trees all along the right.Another highly sloping green that deposits the stronger approach shots right off the back.18A straight drive back towards the clubhouse with trees all along the right of the fairway.An interesting, slightly elevated, green strongly defended by bunkers on either side. A quick putt, shake of hands and then to the delights of the 19th Hole.
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