1A good drive is required down the left hand side of the fairway avoiding the bunkers on the right to leave a mid to short iron into the green.The green is a fairly large, although well bunkered target. If you make the green, two putts for a four and you'll feel you've made a good start to the round.2A strong opening par 3, with a large green surrounded by bunkers. A good medium to long iron needs to be up to the hole to avoid the perils of a three putt.3A solid drive over the crest of the hill opens up a genuine birdie opportunity.Favour the left to keep the front right greenside bunkers out of play. If you drive well, a mid to long iron will get you home. If not play safe into the throat of the green and ta4Take a tilt with driver or three wood and the green is in reach, otherwise a long iron for position and then a good pitch should get you close to the pin.This is another good birdie chance but you have to watch for a tricky cross wind. The green is narrow and missable with some awkward slopes if you leave yourself a long putt.5Generally into wind, a driver is the key to a makeable second shot to a receptive green.A narrowing fairway and well sited bunkers present a good challenge on a hole that merits it's stroke index 2 classification. Walk off with a four and you should be smiling.6A sloping fairway and wind from the left make this a tighter drive than it looks from the elevated tee.With a good drive the green is reachable in two but water lurks just short of the green and it's not a huge target. Gamble and you may walk away with a birdie but danger awaits, la7An iconic par 3, generally just a short iron aimed at the heart of the green. Too far right and with the wind off the left, you can be in trouble. Definitely not as easy as it lookAn iconic par 3, generally just a short iron aimed at the heart of the green. Too far right and with the wind off the left, you can be in trouble. Definitely not as easy as it look8A tough uphill tee shot with the prevailing wind from the left andthe fairway falling away to the right. Keep it up to the left and your second shot options will improve,with a clear shot to the heart of the green. If not, the well sited bunkers will impede your shot and the green is never easy to hold. A par is always a pleasing outcome.9A good birdie chance, this is a relatively easy hole to finish the front nine.The steeply sided fairway gathers the ball leaving from either side leaving a medium to short iron tothe green depending on where the pin is placed. It can be tricky if it is placed at the front but this is a great scoring chance.10An eight iron to the middle of the green avoiding the trap on the left. If you are in between clubs, always go for one less as you don't want to be long. You are happy with a par hAn eight iron to the middle of the green avoiding the trap on the left. If you are in between clubs, always go for one less as you don't want to be long. You are happy with a par h11Straight down the middle and as long as you can manage, hugging the copse on the left hand side.The green is surrounded by trees, so left or right present a challenging second shot. Long and up the middle will leave a short pitch straight up the green and the chance of a rela12A good drive will find you on the right centre of the fairway, on a long uphill hole that usually plays into the wind.It's two good shots with a driver, then a long iron to get to a tiered green, with danger lurking on either side but particularly on the left, where bunkers and thick rough create 13A stunning downhill par 5, where a good drive kept up the right hand side, sets up one of the best birdie chances on the course.The large green provides a welcoming target and if you miss on the left, there is still a chance of making a four. The right is to be avoided all the way down with large tracts of 14From an elevated back tee, it's a challenging tee shot with a long carry.Wind from the left brings strong rough and the trees down the right into play and the ditch is a hazard from the forward tees. A well placed drive, leaves a short to mid iron to a 15Some may say the best birdie chance on the course but beware, overdo the draw or block it right and there's plenty of trouble to be found.Driver with a draw and you may find the green or a long iron up the middle, leaves a short iron into a large and welcoming green. Find the green in one or hit a good approach and 316A challenging par 5 where there is a premium on keeping well up the right side, to allow a view tothe green for the longer hitters. A sloping fairway gathers the ball away to the left, shutting the green out. If you make it over the crest the ball travels well down the hill, puthe green for the longer hitters. A sloping fairway gathers the ball away to the left, shutting the green out. If you make it over the crest the ball travels well down the hill, pu17Remodelled in 2015, this already good par three, is much improved.An uphill shot with a mid to long iron, its a challenging hole well protected by large bunkers right and left. Just hitting the green is not enough as it's size makes it easy to th18A strong finishing hole often palying into the breeze.Keep the ball up the left hand side of the fairway and long then you will have a chance of getting home in two.There's plenty of green to go at but it's long so be sure to choose the right club. If you get close or on a birdie is a distinct possibility but never be disappointed with a five.
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