1Straight ahead par 5 hole with the ideal line off the tee being the right edge of the tallest pine tree on the left side of the fairway as you see it from the tee. Longer hitters c2The creek must be negotiated from the tee as it runs across the entire width of the hole. The hazard stops around 30m short of the green so a lofted shot is definitely required. Th3A delightful medium length par 4 with a carry over the creek required off the tee onto a fairway that snakes its way to the green. The ideal shot is a gentle draw off the trees on 4Do not be fooled by the length of the hole – it is definitely not a driver hole. With the creek crossing the fairway 50m short of the green only the very longest of hitters who c5A straight ahead par 4 with the only real danger off the tee being the OOB on the right. The creek crossing off the tee should not be a problem as it is only 30m off the front of t6A short par 5 with danger down both sides of the fairway – if you miss the fairway on either side, getting home in 2 is out of the question. Right has an OOB fence and left some 7A draw off the tee is definitely an advantage as the hole turns right to left most of the way to about 80m short of the green. Avoid going left off the tee as a forest of gum trees8The longest of the par 3’s on the course and this will really test you if played into the northerly. The green is slightly higher than the tee so the target looks tiny. Play for 9The longest of the par 5’s with the first half of the hole playing uphill. The further right you can be on the fairway the easier the 2nd shot. The ideal line off the tee is the 10A straight ahead par 4 with very little danger if you hit your drive on the fairway. Left is heavy rough and gum trees and right is worse. The green sits well above where you will 11Another straight par 4 with spectacular views to the west. The tee is well above the level of the green and very long hitters can have a crack at this green but do not go left unde12Do not be fooled by the length of the shortest par 3 on the course. Any 3 on this hole is well earned. A tricky green which slopes from back to front and right to left. The ideal t13A reachable par 4 for the long hitters and a hole where position off the tee is far more important than length. If you can hit a controlled draw with the driver then have a go – 14One of the few truly blind tee shots on the course where the fairway beginning about 200m from the green is not visible. The perfect line is the gum trees which encroach on the lef15A hole which will relinquish a birdie to 2 well struck shots and the occasional eagle. The drive must be long enough to get to the corner or your 2nd shot will be a lay up to posit16The longest of the par 4’s on the men’s course, which is why it is indexed number one on the card. The 3 catchment dams for the courses irrigation run almost the entire length 17The last of the par 3’s and a challenging green to hit because the front right is protected by a bunker whilst shots coming in from the left will not run up the rise onto the gre18Heading back to the clubhouse now and the ideal line is at the right edge of the clubhouse with a controlled draw. Anything right of the fairway will leave a difficult shot out of
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