1A good tee shot up the left side of the fairway should leave an approach shot to the left side of the green as it all feeds in from there.2Tee shot needs to be played up the right and take one more club into the green than you think.3Land your tee shot on the left side of the green as the ball will feed right towards the hole.4An opportunity for the longer hitters to drive the green taking the line over the tree at the start of the fairway.5Only the big hitters get up in two, take extra club to land on the left side of the green6Tee shots need to be well down the right side of the fairway and the safe shot into the green runs in from the right.7Longer hitters can cut the corner with plenty of room on the left and shots in need to be aggressive and land on the right side of the green.8A risk and reward hole, with a good drive hitting the putting surface.9A fade off the tee required with a high shot in as the green runs away from you.10It’s possible for big hitters to reach the green from the tee, but beware of cross winds not felt on the tee.11This green is reachable in 2, try and direct approach shots to the right half of the green12Approach shots landing on the green run away to the left, aim to fly it high and land the ball on front right of the green.13Ideal left to right ball flight to try and hold the ball on a difficult green.14Ideal line off the tee is straight at the little bush on the fairway and will require a very high spinning approach shot to hold the green.15Two big shots required to get home in 2, approach shot should attack the right side of the gree16Risk and reward for the big hitters but the sensible route is iron off the tee to leave a pitch into a green that slopes away.17Tricky little par 3 that requires an aggressive shot all the way to the flag, but still may spin off a sloping green.18Take the tiger line off the tee on this tough finishing hole, one more club is always required into the green to get the ball up to the pin.
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