1Aim your opening tee shot at the mound down the right-hand side, this will open up your approach shot into the green on this dog leg left.
The green is well protected, with bunkers2Straightforward par 3. Ignore the dam to the left of the tee, this is only to water the course and to play with your mind!
Avoid the bunker at the front of the green and you may ha3Dog leg left, with water running all the way down the left-hand side.
Don’t get too greedy, the smart play is to aim the tee shot at the 150-metre post on the right side of fairw4The first of two back-to-back par-5s. A drive aimed at the hill on the right should bounce the ball back on to the fairway.
Choose the correct mid-iron to finish up short of the bu5Avoid going left off the tee on this long par 5 or your ball will likely be going for a swim.
There is about a 240-metre carry from the back tee over the furthest of the two smalle6It may be Stroke Index 17 on the card, but this short hole is no pushover.
With a tee shot over water and bunkers left and right of the green, the landing area is small. If there i7Aim for just inside-left of the lone bunker down the right of the fairway with a slight draw off the tee and you should be in good shape to go for the green in regulation.
The gree8The right side of the fairway is better here to open up the green on this dog leg left, so aim your tee shot at the fairway bunker on the right.
You need to be at least 220 metres 9The third short hole of the outward nine, and on the card the toughest of the five par-3s on the course.
The key here is judgment of distance to clear the two front bunkers. Consid10A shortish par 5 setting out from alongside the clubhouse where strategy comes in to play.
Drive straight, but make sure to avoid the burn that snakes across the fairway and which 11This par 3 runs longer than it looks, it is uphill and generally plays into a breeze.
Depending on pin placement, the view to the flag can be obscured by trees down the left side a12An inviting tee shot through a chute of trees to a large landing area.
Aim up the right side, but make sure you don’t overdo it and end up in the bunker lurking semi-hidden in th13The shortest par 4 on the course, the safe play on this dog leg right is to take an iron off the tee and aim at the fairway bunker on the left about 215 metres from the back tee.
F14Aim your tee shot up the middle-left side of the fairway on this last par 5, a dog leg left.
It is about 200 metres to the corner of the dog leg from the back tee. A mid iron lay-u15The last par-3 should hold no fears, so long as you avoid the bunker on the right.
Short is better than long here, there is trouble lurking at the back of the green, so be careful 16Things start to get a little tougher as you approach the closing stretch. Drive over or aim just to the left of the fairway bunker on the right 220 metres off the tee.
A fade is th17An even tougher hole than the last, only a well-struck shot down the right centre of the fairway will give you a good look at the green on this dog leg left.
The second shot needs 18Rated the second-toughest hole on the card, this is a great finishing hole, even more so for any match still in the balance.
Drive to the right side of the fairway bunker about 200
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