1A good drive down the left hand side of the fairway gives a good view of the green. A narrow fairway approach leaves a difficult second shot to a reasonably receptive green. A tes2A straight drive out between the Dunes is required for this daunting tee shot. Favour the right half of the fairway on your second approach shot. The approach to this green provi3This is a good par 3 which requires careful club selection depending on the breeze. Any approach shot hit too deep into the green will leave a difficult putt if the pin is near the4A straight drive is required on this tough par 5. Try to keep the second shot up left as this offers the best angle to approach this relatively small two-tiered green.5A good drive down the left hand side of the fairway gives a good view of the green but beware of the left bunker which is 250 yards to take out of play. You are left with a difficu6Care must be taken to avoid the fairway bunkers from the tee which requires a drive of 280 yards to carry the lot. It is a difficult shot to an elevated green and par here is alway7Favour the right side of the fairway as all the trouble is down the left. Avoid the cross bunkers which cover the fairway from 100 yards out. This green which is protected by a dee8A classic links par 3 of 170 yards. The tee shot from an elevated tee must carry the three bunkers which are short of this gently sloping green.9A superbly shaped par 4 along the Scurmore beach. The fairway is narrow so a well hit drive is required. The second shot is made difficult by the cross bunkers which protect the gr10A straight forward par 4 with a marvellous view of the Moy Estuary. Keep the drive between the mounds that border both sides of the fairway. This will leave a second shot to a two11There is no future in missing the green to the right as a deep ravine awaits leaving a near impossible chance to chip and putt for par. This two-tier green can make the putting ext12It is 232 yards to carry fairway straight line to the green but it is also 232 yards to run out of fairway up the right hand side, so take care. Your second shot needs to be precis13A good drive over the white stone normally leaves a short shot to this well protected green. One of the few genuine birdie chances but one wayward shot makes par a struggle. Safe p14Not the longest of par fives but one which must not be under estimated. Try to keep the second shot up the left hand side for the best view of the green, which slopes from back to 15A challenging par 4. The drive needs to be kept down the right hand side for the best view of the green which slopes from back to front.16A tough but straight forward par 5 with keeping the ball on the fairway a must. The second shot should favour the right hand side for the best approach as club selection is everyth17Just like the 17th at Sawgrass except more natural. This is 140 yards of terror especially when the wind blows. So take aim, take care and good luck and if all fails, enjoy the vie18Big hitters should bear in mind that the bunkers are 255 yards to reach and 290 yards to carry all traps left and right from medal tees. Beware of out of bounds all along the left.
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