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A gentle opening hole, the first is a tight tee shot so putting your ball on the fairway is the key, avoid the bunker on the left of the fairway and this will leave you a short approach shot to a green that slopes from back to front and is guarded by a large bunker on the front right, some tricky pin positions on this green so middle of the green is a good shot.
A gentle dog left to the left, this fairway is protected by two bunkers down the right and trees and a bunker on the left. A right to left tee shot is ideal here which leaves you an approach shot to a two-tier green which slopes from back left to front right and is protected by two bunkers, one front left and the other to the right side of the green.
The first of our par 3’s, protected by water to the left and a bunker on the front right of the green. The 2 tier green slopes from back to front, a shot that finds the centre of this green is always a good shot and leaves the best look at a par or better.
This is the first of the big par 4’s on the course, a tee shot that is hit from left to right on this hole has the best chance of hitting the fairway. To have the best chance of making par its important to avoid the trees on the left of this fairway. Long hitters may have an opportunity to reach the green in two. If laying up, leave yourself a comfortable distance and hit the middle of the green for a regulation par. The green slopes from back to front so leaving yourself an uphill putt is important here.
The first of our par 5’s, the fairway is guarded by bunkers down the left and a large tree on the right so feeding your tee shot between these two gives you the best angle to either lay up or have a go at the green in two. If laying up you need to place your ball between the bunkers that sit on both side of the fairway and then face a shot into the hollow to a green that is guarded by water to the left of the green and a bunker to the right. If taking it on in two you need to hit your ball over a large tree that sits about 50 yards from the green, favouring the right side of the tree gives the best chance of hitting the green and avoiding the water left.
A very pretty hole, sloping fairway from left to right which has 2 bunkers down the left and a small group of trees on the right to avoid, once you avoid these you have a nice approach shot to a green that has many slopes and is guarded by water on the right and a bunker on the left, again hit the middle of this green and you will be happy.
A picturesque par 3 that can fool you into thinking its easy. Choosing the correct club is vital here as you must fly the ball onto this green otherwise your ball will roll back down the hill leaving a tricky chip shot. The green has two bunkers on the front left and right and slopes from back to front so having a delicate putting touch always helps on this hole.
A dogleg from left to right, the fairway is wide but flanked by two bunkers on the left and one on the right and out of bounds right for the wayward tee shot. The green sits raised up sloping slightly from back to front and guarded by bunkers at the front left and right of the green.
The final hole of the front nine sits straight in front of you, this par 4 requires a straight tee shot to avoid the trees on both sides and the bunkers down the right. This hole requires a precise approach to hit the correct level of the green, sloping from back to front and from right side to left side, the left side of the green has bunker to catch the ball that comes up short.
The longest of our par 5’s, this hole requires an accurate tee shot to avoid the trees on both sides of the fairway and the bunkers in the area that tee shots finish. If laying up it requires an accurate shot to avoid the many bunkers that protect both sides of this fairway. Your approach shot is to a green that sits at an angle sloping from back right to front left, a good risk reward par 5.
A tricky par 3 that is protected by big bunkers both at the front and back of the green, a shallow green that slopes back to front requires a good tee shot. The bunker at the back of the green is to be avoided as it leaves you with a very difficult up and down.
This is a tough par 4 that dog legs from right to left, the tee shot requires a shot down the right side of the fairway which gives you the best angle for a lay-up, if you have the length you can take on the tree and bunker that sits on the left side of the fairway which opens up the approach to the green. The green slopes from back right to front left and is guarded by a bunker on the front right, so its best to try and leave an uphill putt to have the best chance at a good score on this hole.
A fantastic Par 5 which gives you a great chance to improve on your score. A tight tee shot, very tempting to go for in two with the yardage. If you do, you have to be very careful. The green is well protected by bunkers and the water short and long is closer to the green than you think.
A picturesque par 3 which can play quite long, a ball landing short tends to feed towards the water on the right. The bunker on the left side of the green is a popular spot from this tee. The green is relatively flat and a shot landing in the middle of it is a very good shot.
One of our most picturesque par 4’s, hitting the fairway here is a must if you want to go for the green in two. You need to avoid the bunker down the left of the fairway which leaves an approach shot of about 150 yards. Choosing enough club is a advisable to get you into the heart of this green and gives you a straight forward putt to all pin positions.
A good chance to improve your score, the tee shot suits a right to left shot off the right side of the fairway. The second shot if you are laying up needs to be precise to avoid the bunkers on both sides of the fairway, for the long hitter that takes on the green, you need to choose the correct club to be able to hold the shallow green that slopes from back right to front left and is protected by bunkers on the front right and left waiting to gather your ball.
This risk and reward par 4 makes you think, do I go for the green or lay up off the tee. A driveable hole for the longer hitters, avoiding the green side bunkers is the biggest issue. For those that play it in regulation, putting it into position from the tee by avoiding the bunkers is key to allow you to attack the pin and find the correct level of the green. A very tricky green can catch even the best of putters out at times, so it requires your full concentration.
The most demanding and dramatic tee shot is saved for the last hole, out of bounds right and trees and a fairway bunker down the left. This must hit fairway is all uphill which leaves a tricky approach shot to a green that is raised up above you so you will not see the bottom of this flag, bunkers front left and right, choosing the right club is a must as out of bounds awaits over the back of this green. This hole has caused great excitement through the years and a great hole to finish the round.