1A gentle opening hole measuring 309 metres. The ideal tee shot is an iron to position the ball on the right hand side of fairway , avoiding the fairway bunker. This will leave you 2A strong par 4 measuring 409 metres. It requires a long straight tee shot, making sure to avoid the 2 bunkers left of the fairway. The green is protected by a bunker on the left. F3Another straight tee shot is required to avoid the fairway bunkers on the left and right from the tee shot. The green has 2 tiers and may require one more club when the pin is on t4The 4th hole offers the first real chance of a birdie, as it is a par 5 measuring 447 metres. A tee shot of 250 metres leaves about 200 to the green. However the approach to the gr5Straight forward Par 3 measuring 171 metres. The green slopes severely from back to front and is protected by a bunker on the left. The tee shot is usually a club more than it appe6A very interesting par 5. A good tee shot offers the chance to attempt to go for the green in 2 shots. However you need to be accurate as there is an narrow tree lined gap that nee7A gem of a par 3 measuring 144 metres with a large pond at the front and 6 protective bunkers surrounding the green . The green is much deeper and longer than it appears from the t8The 8th hole is a very strong Index 1 measuring 399 metres. The fairway slopes heavily from left to right and a fade tee shot usually ends up in the trees that border the right sid9The 9th hole is a straight forward par 4 hole measuring 334 metres. 2 bunkers guard the green with the back right one hidden from view. The green is best approached from the right 10The 10th is par 4 measuring 347 metres. Played downwind it may not require a driver off the tee for a low handicapper. Once you have negotiated the fairway bunker on the left situa11A strong par 3 waits, measuring 159 metres but watch out for the front right bunker. The overhanging trees on the left can be avoided with a slight draw. It usually requires a half12The 12th hole is an interesting dogleg left measuring 308 metres. It requires a shot of 200 metres to carry the stream. If you play to the right, a slightly longer approach shot aw13A par 4 measuring 351 metres, that requires a right to left shot from the tee. An uphill 2nd shot to a flat green awaits but be aware that the shot to the green usually plays a clu14The final par 3 measuring 176 metres awaits. It’s a hole that requires a precision shot as any shot landing short usually finds sand. The green is quite undulating with a gully i15The 15th par 5 offers the real last chance of a realistic birdie. It measures 446 metres and requires a straight tee shot favouring the left side of fairway. The green is protected16The first of 3 very strong finishing holes await, beginning with a par 4 measuring 349 metres. A stream at 220 metres from the tee suggests driving over it high risk. A lay up at 217The 17th hole par 4 measuring 322 metres requires a very accurate tee shot and the green is best approached from the left side of the fairway making sure to avoid the water. A tee 18The 18th hole is a par 4 measuring 408 metres is a strong finishing hole as you are likely to find. There is a gap to be negotiated at 220 metres. Once through, you are only halfwa
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