1A good drive up the left side is required to be able to see the green for your second, although don’t turn it over too much or you will be out of bounds or the long rough will sw2This is a good par 3 which can test all of your clubs depending on the wind. The lake in front of you can catch a miss struck shot and be sure to be straight to avoid the two bunke3The best way to play this hole is as a left to right dog leg as the course designer planned it. This way you can avoid the bunkers either side of the fairway and leave yourself wit4This is the longest Par 4 on the course and requires a well struck drive to be able to reach the green for your second shot5This long Par 3 has no bunkers up by the green but that doesn’t make it an easy hole. A well struck iron or fairway wood is required to hit the two tiered green and watch out for6This tiny Par 3 can really catch you out. It only requires a short iron, but it is a very small green.7This is one of the most attractive holes on the course which requires a solid, straight drive from the tee. 8A good Par 3 with bunkers short right and long left. If you can, you should try and land your ball front left of the green as this will feed into the middle on the right to left sl9This is the longest hole on the course which can be a card wrecker. Out of Bounds and long rough up the left and hidden bunkers up the right make it tight off the tee.
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