1A well-placed second shot is required being careful to miss the fleet to the left of the fairway.2The green is protected by bunkers on three sides. Pro Tip -The green is viewed from the rear back towards the tee, the third bunker on the right, as you play the hole is just out of view.3This green slopes away from front to back. Pro Tip - One of the two trees shown to the left of the picture has been lost due to storm damage. A net has been erected to protect the 4Keep drive to the middle right of the fairway so you are not blocked out by the dogleg. Pro Tip- You are generally playing into the prevailing wind, so yardage is important albeit you do not want to be over the back of this green.5Tee is set in bushy area so check wind direction before making club selection. Pro Tip - The shrubbery shown standing has been added to and high shots in do attract the prevailing 6Check your yardage after tee shot making sure you can carry fleet with second shot. Pro Tip -The green here is viewed from the fleet. The hole generally plays downwind so take care on the second shots.7Use the teeing area wisely after looking to see on what part ofthe green the pin is situated and also check the wind direction. Pro Tip - A funnel type shot to an open area, beware the wind generally left to right.8This is the longest par five on the course made longer by being uphill.9Keep drive to left of fairway bunker. Pro Tip - With shrubs to the left of the fairway and the beach (O-B) to the right, placement is essential.The view above is from behind the green to the tee.10Drive up middle of fairway being careful of bunker on the corner of the dogleg. Pro Tip -The view is of the approach to the green.11The longest green on the course so check pin position before playing your approach shot to green. Pro Tip - Another funnel shot opening out to receive the wind, generally right to The longest green on the course so check pin position before playing your approach shot to green. Pro Tip - Another funnel shot opening out to receive the wind, generally right to 12The long hitters need to think about tee shot as the fleet in front of the green can come into play in summer. Pro Tip -This the view from behind the green back to the tee.13All the prO-Blems on this hole are around the green with fleets guarding three sides. Pro Tip -This the view into the green from short of one of the three fleets, aim for the centre of the green, unless the pin is to the left of the green, as everything slopes off the right.14A tricky hole, miss the fleets and the fairway bunker off the tee. Pro Tip -This the view from behind the green, a two tier green, thought should be given to aiming for the centre, irrespective of pin placement.15The hole can play anything from driver to 9 iron. Pro Tip - Liquid grass separates the tee from safety. A card wrecker if into the wind.16A nice par five with a fleet just out of range for all bar the longest hitters off the tee. Pro Tip -This the view approaching the shared green, with the 1st, you do not want to be right - a pond - or left - a fleet.17Possibly the prettiest hole on the course playing over a lake that also runs the length of the hole. Pro Tip -A par three that is regularly used by visiting societies as a nearest the green, sorry pin, a tough green to hit.18From the competition tee a very difficult drive playing over the out of bounds fleet to an angled fairway. Pro Tip -A green where almost every putt runs to the clubhouse.
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