1Gentle par 4, but make sure you have warmed up before starting, there are plenty of balls in the pond in front of the tee from players who have started ill prepared.
A good tee sh2A testing par 4, slight dog-leg around a bunker on the left. Avoid the bunker and then you will be left a long second shot to a relatively simple green. Par is a welcomed score.3The first of the par 5’s. A dog leg to the right, with water and bunkers down the right hand side. A good tee shot to the left half of the fairway will give you a good view of th4Short par 4 that should give you a chance for a birdie.
The further left you are with the tee shot, the more difficult the approach to the green over the green side bunkers. A goo5First of the par 3’s and what a beauty it is! A short hole, requiring an accurate iron over the edge of the pond and the bunker in front of the green. Once again out of bounds is6Good par 4 around the woods to the left. The longer hitters will play an iron short of the fairway bunkers that cross the fairway, leaving themselves a short iron to this well guar7Longish par 4. The tee shot to a wide fairway looks easy, but the fairway narrows down past the bunker. Missing the fairway makes an accurate second shot to this narrow undulating 8Attractive par 3 played back in to the prevailing wind, Club selection is important with problems in front of and behind the raised green. Par is always kindly accepted.9Long par 4(which used to be a par 5) into the prevailing wind. Only the longest hitters will reach the green with their second shot, however, the flat green gives chances for all t10Accurate tee shot will give a chance to attack the green with a short 2nd shot. Watch out if the flag is placed on the back right side of the green. Playing safe to the middle of t11Long par 4 often into the prevailing wind. Long accurate tee shot is needed if this green is to be reached in 2 shots by the long hitters. Problem both left and right of the green,12Super par 5 without a bunker. But water and out of bounds flanking the Hole requires steady nerves to hit a precise tee shot onto the fairway. Even when you have reached the fairwa13Long par 3 reachable only by small percentage of golfers. Don’t force the tee shot, because there are plenty of problems around the green. Par is a great score.14Wonderful Par to a narrow green well-guarded by a bunker on the left side. The big hitters will take a fairway wood or long iron from the tee, because the fairway narrows towards t15Testing par 4 where accuracy from the tee is very important. A good tee shot avoiding the fairway bunkers will leave a demanding iron shot to a very long green. Club selection with16Long dog-leg par 5. The long hitters will have to risk a very tight tee shot to be able to attack the green with their second shot. For the shorter hitter the goal should be to kee17Long par 3 into the prevailing wind to a wide green. Anything in the hollow short left leaves a difficult approach, so a par is very good score18Wonderful Strategic finishing par 5 with the fairway turning between ponds on both theleft and right side. The pond on the left continues until just in front of the green. An accur
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