1The first hole is a perfect introduction to this wonderful course. Position off the tee is key for a good score so keep to the left as the the fairway gently cambers from left to r2The tee shot is slightly uphill with trouble right and left.3The second shot is into a green which is quite long and narrow with a bank on the right-hand side.4A slightly uphill tee shot is required to an elevated green perched above you. It’s always best to take an extra club as a shot that is short will tumble back down the hill.5Not overly long, it can be reached in 2 with a favourable wind by the longer hitters. Providing you miss the 5 strategically placed fairway bunkers, the green is fairly sizeable an6A classically designed par 4 with a slight dogleg to the right. Trees and bunkers pinch the fairway at the driving area so a straight tee shot is required.7Just a short walk across the road brings you to the most difficult hole on the course. If you’re playing into the wind this hole can be a tough test. The drive is slightly uphil8A par 4, 377 yards slightly downhill flanked by abundant trees both left and right. Longer hitters can get quite close to the green but beware the fairway bunker.9A picturesque par 3 to finish the front nine. Beautiful towering fir trees protect the tee on the left-hand side, which makes clubbing difficult as the wind swirls around in the t10The 10th is a challenging par 4 with a sweeping fairway. Driving from an elevated tee down into a dell, there are no bunkers on this hole so don’t be afraid to open your shoulder11A par 4 dogleg to the left. Keep your tee shot to the right of the fairway for a better view of the green.12Nestled at the far end of the course is the 12th, a very attractive par 3 at only 153 yards from the white tees, framed by trees and surrounded by bunkers, which are ready to colle13The 13th is a par 4 with a dogleg to the right with no view of the green from the tee.14Just a short walk back across the road and past our halfway house, the 14th is slightly downhill to a narrow green.15The 15th is an interesting par 5. You tee off from a raised tee to a raised fairway which slopes from right to left, so keep your tee shot to the right.16At 206 yards from the white tees the 16th is the longest par 3 on the course. The first thing to do is make sure you choose enough club to get you over the gorse bushes set in the17Keep your drive to the left-hand side of the marker pole in the fairway. 18The 18th is a great finishing hole, the tee is elevated giving you a great view down to the fairway and clubhouse below, which slopes from right to left.
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