1The opening hole is generally in to the prevailing wind. A good drive is required down the middle of the fairway if you want to be in a position to reach the green with the second 2The key with the drive here is to avoid the large bunker that guards the right side of the fairway. 3A good straight drive is required here to avoid trees on the left and the out of bounds on the right. A shorter second shot from a downhill lie to an elevated green awaits the long4A dogleg to the right. A drive of approximately 200 yards will get you to the corner and a sight of the green. 5The first par 3. Rely again on the yardage rather than the visual aspect as the bunkers before the green do have some room behind them and give a foreshortened view of the hole.6Not a long par 5 by current day standards but a straight drive is required as the fairway bottlenecks and is framed with trees at 280 yards. 7A drive to the right of the fairway bunker leaves a medium to short iron to this front bunkered green.8A straightforward par 3 provided you avoid the greenside bunkers.9A strong par 4 dogleg to the right. A good drive up the left hand side will leave a clear view of the green past the angle of the dog leg which cuts back some 260 yards from the te10A medium par 4 which requires an accurate tee shot if you are a long hitter so as to avoid the fairway bottleneck of offset trees.11A par three played to a green a little below the level of the tee.12An elevated tee shot to a fairway sloping towards you is exacerbated by a tendency for the ball to kick to the right into a fairway bunker.13The fairway on this hole slopes from right to left so it is important to aim down the right side.14A strong hole slightly uphill for some 260 yards and then rising to the green 50 yards beyond the fairway cross bunker.15A short par 4 on the card and on the face of it a simple hole, however the uphill tee shot must not be pulled to the left as out of bounds awaits as does a fairway bunker on the ri16A strong downhill par 3 requiring a medium to long iron depending on the direction of the wind. A green with an awkward ridge running from front to back through the middle which ca17A dog leg par 5 where a good drive will see you past the corner with a good view of the green in the distance18The final hole where a good drive to the top of the hill is required on this gentle dogleg to the right. A pit with either lost ball or unplayable lie awaits a shot cut to the righ
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