1A drive up the left side of this sloping fairway will keep you away from the trees on the right. For your second shot check yardages carefully. The shot is uphill to a long green t2A great par 4 that requires a good tee shot down the left side of the fairway. This will leave you with a testing uphill second shot into the the left to right sloping green. Make 3A dangerous short hole with bunkers and a big bank sloping away to the right of the green. Concentrate on hitting the centre of the green and rely on your putter for a par or bette4A dangerous hole with out of bounds on the right and trees on the left.
The tee shot is all about position in the middle of the fairway to set yourself up for a second shot to the 5A good drive left of centre will leave you in a good position for your second. Check your yardage and allow extra club as the green is above you - a little too long is better than 6Drive down the right of the fairway for the longest tee shot – the fairway will kick the ball on from this side. A large green awaits sloping from back to front but beware as you7Hit your tee shot to the right side of the fairway to avoid rolling into the bunker on the left hand side. For your second shot concentrate on hitting for middle of the green - avo8The ideal tee shot is to aim down the left side of the fairway. Again for the second shot into the green play left of the green's centre.9A great short hole where a tee shot ending up in the middle of the green is an achievement. Check your yardage and aim right of green centre. Take more club when the pin is at the 10As the ground slopes from left to right aim your tee shot at the left side of the fairway. This will leave a short iron to a raised green. Aim just left of the pin, again to allow 11Long hitters will get home in two here, but mortals should favour the left side of the fairway with their drive and then thread their way between the two fairway bunkers leaving a 12A tough par four that requires a good drive either at or just right of the marker post to open up the green - a good drive too will get the benefit of the downslope that is over th13Take from the tee a club to get you 220 yards over the marker post and down the fairway - a driver may not be necessary here as the reward does not match the risk with the OOB on t14A good drive favouring the left half of the fairway will open up the best line to the green. The second is all uphill so take plenty of club as players tend to be short rather than15A testing drive as the fairway has many undulations. Ideally favour the left side of the fairway as your ball will move left to right on the slopes. The second is to a raised green16Drive favouring the left side of the fairway to open up the line to the green. The safest line for your approach is to aim just right of the pin as the bunker guarding the left si17A tough par three where the ideal shot is to aim at the left side of the green and play a gentle fade in.18The last hole appears to be a simple hole but it has caught many out as the bunker on the right comes into play unless you keep short of it or you are long enough to carry it from
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