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Hole 1 – A nice short par 4 to start, a mid-iron is perfect to avoid any trouble but players will be rewarded with a more aggressive play, hitting the correct level on the green is important .
Hole 2 – An iron will find the wider part of the fairway as it narrows towards the green which is well protected by several bunkers. Play for the middle of the green here and take your chances from there.
Hole 3 – The first of the Par 3’s, not overly long and is one of the easier holes which offers a good chance to hit one close. If you come up short expect to be playing from the sand, miss it left or right and you’re left with a relatively easy up and down.
Hole 4 – One of the toughest holes on the course, a good tee shot is vital in order to give you a chance of hitting the green in regulation. Two distinct levels on this green can make it difficult for club selection, choose correctly and you’re in good shape to make a putt.
Hole 5 – A reachable Par 5 for the longer hitters, a generous fairway that does bottle neck towards green requires a more accurate second or approach shot. Get this right and it shouldn’t cause too many problems.
Hole 6 – A long Par 4 where a bogey is always a good score, you will need to find the fairway to have any chance of getting to the green, bunkers and trees can make a layup a little more challenging.
Hole 7 – Another reachable Par 5 with a generous fairway, if you can avoid the trees on the right you are in good shape for an easy lay up or in a position to take on the green. There inst much room behind the green so club selection will play a big part here, every chance of a birdie on this hole.
Hole 8 – The shortest hole on the course, find the right level on the green and you will have a good look at making a birdie, with two pot bunkers short and a drop off at the back of the green club selection is again vital.
Hole 9 – A Par 4 that brings you back to the club house, you can hit anything off the tee and be in good shape. You need to avoid the water on the approach and another two tiered green awaits.
Hole 10 – A Par 3 with a green surrounded by trees, looks lovely and it’s a nice hole to ease your way into the back 9.
Hole 11 – A drivable Par 4 but there is trouble near the green, a short to mid-iron will put you in a great position to hit one close.
Hole 12 – Our signature hole, a stunning Par 3 over water which will catch anything short of the green.
Hole 13 – A Par 5 which doglegs slightly from right to left, a well positioned tee shot will leave an easier second shot. There isn’t too much trouble around the green so this is one hole you can be aggressive with.
Hole 14 – Another short Par 4, with water left and right to catch any errant tee shots. Once on the fairway you are left with an easy approach shot to one of the easiest greens.
Hole 15 – A mid-iron on to the fairway leaves an approach shot to a well guarded green.
Hole 16 – A longer Par 4 is the toughest hole on the course, length and accuracy is needed to make your 4 here.
Hole 17 – One of the toughest driving holes on the course with well positioned trees along parts of the fairway. Several bunkers near the green are there to catch any misplaced shots.
Hole 18 – A good drive is needed to leave you with an easier approach shot, with water on the right hand side of the green and a bunker to the left it’s a great shot to end your round. The 18th green is one of our more difficult greens so be sure double to check your line!
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