1Par 5 dog-leg right can be reached in two shots by experienced players. The green is defended by a water hazard, bunkers and high trees on the right.2A challenging tee shot in a narrow corridor of trees. The left-hand side of the fairway has several bunkers, the green is quite large with difficult flag positions.3A difficult par 4 dogleg left. It’s essential to take the fairway with the first shot in order to reach the green with the second shot. The green is surrounded by a stream but, o4Dog-leg left with bunkers and high trees which defend the hole on that side. The green is well defended by three bunkers, with sloping sides. Very challenging flag position on the 5The easiest par 3 of the course with a large green, but with challenging slopes on the right.6This is the most difficult hole on the course due to its length and the trees on the left of the hole and the bunkers on the right. The green is very long and slightly uphill.7Par 4, not long but complicated due to the number of bunkers on the right-hand side. The second shot is short but the green is well defended by three bunkers. The hardest flag is t8Slightly downhill par 3 with a very long green defended by bunkers on both sides9Par 5 dogleg right with out of bounds on the right. A number of bunkers make the lay-up shot hard going while the long, narrow green is protected by several bunkers.10Long par 4 with a large bunker on the right-hand side and tall vegetation on the left-hand side of the fairway. The green is quite big but on different levels with just as many int11Straight par 4, relatively easy with bunkers on the left of the drive approach. The green is slightly uphill and players need to avoid the bunkers on the right.12Par 5 reachable in two shots by stronger players, while taking care to avoid the large oak trees on the left of the drive landing. Before you reach the green there’s a deep hollo13Par 3 downhill with a water hazard protecting the green. Even when flags are longer, the hole is difficult because the green is quite narrow.14Par 4 dog-leg right where you need to place the first shot to have an easy approach to the green. The green is on different levels and there are several difficult flag positions on15The longest hole of the course. It is important to stay on the fairway’s left to get the best view for the second shot to the green. A bunker on the left and one on the right mak16A long par 3 with a green surrounded by bunkers. A stream 20 yards before the green leaves no room for inaccurate shots.17A long and challenging par 4 dogleg left with a deep bunker that will make life difficult for those who try to cut across the hole. The green slopes sharply from right to left and 18Straight final par 4 with a complicated tee shot due to bunkers placed on both sides of the hole. The shot to the green requires a great deal of precision because the green is long
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