1The opening hole can be anything from a driver to a short iron depending upon the wind - usually the prevailing wind is against and with the majority of the trouble short of the gr2Long hitters can reach this hole in two in still conditions by playing their tee shot just left of the bunkers from the tee.3Pay particular attention to your aim here - hit too long left and you will be in trouble. The safe shot is to aim at the marker post in the distance but there is even more room rig4The second can be difficult to stop downwind and you must miss the bunker right so play for the front left edge of the green and rely on your putter for par or better.5A great short hole where you must be accurate and have great distance control as the green is only 12 yards wide but 32 yards long.6This is stroke hole 1 for good reason! If it is into the wind it may be best to play it as a ‘three shotter' as the water hazard just short of the green should be avoided.7Whilst long hitters can get home in two by driving past the bunker on the right the conventional play should be to aim your tee shot to the left side of the fairway from where you 8The safest line from the tee is to favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the bunker standing sentry on the right.9A well-directed drive is the key to this testing hole. Long hitters can go too far across the fairway and reach the rough so you may have to go left of the marker post or take less1011A great short hole where nothing less than a well-struck shot is required to reach the putting surface. As a rule putting is easier if you leave your tee shot just short of the pin12A challenging drive from this tee - long hitters can make it through where the fairway narrows at 250 yards out and gain extra yards down the slope.13Play your tee shot 220 yards out aiming just right of the hump on the left - you will be left with a short iron to the green that sits below you.14A hole to be played with the head rather than the heart. Long hitters can go over the middle or left side of the hump and then pitch their second over the bunkers on the left side 15An intimidating tee shot but there is more room over the gorse than there appears. Once the tee shot has been safely negotiated then you are faced with a long shot up the gulleyed 16Another testing short hole especially when the prevailing wind is left to right. Long hitters can take on the pin by pitching their tee shot over the deep bunker front right of the17Pay particular attention to your alignment at this tough hole and aim just right of centre - do not be too greedy and try and cut the corner by going left where two new bunkers awa18The key to the last hole is to get a good tee shot away as there is trouble both sides of the fairway - take particular care with your alignment from the tee - a good line is the s
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