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Holes description- A

Hole 1

A short par 4 to start. A well placed tee shot through the two trees should eliminate the danger of crossing the stream on the second shot. With the large green it's fairly easy to escape the green side bunker.









Hole 2

A nice downhill par 4. The bunkers on the right might be a safer option than flirting with the stream on the left.










Hole 3

The first Par 3. The elevated tees may make this well guarded hole play shorter than you expect, especially if down wind.










Hole 4

A  gentle par 5. Although there aren’t too many bunkers the narrow fairway means you still have to keep it straight. The second shot is often blind from the tee, therefore consider the direction of the second shot whilst going towards the ball.









Hole 5

A downhill medium length par 4. Three bunkers narrow the landing area. If you’re not confident out of the sand it may be better to take a 3 wood or an iron of the tee.










Hole 6

A gently climbing Par 4. A straight foward tee shot, but watch out for the water. The second shot is uphill and depending on the wind you have to play it longer than expected. The green is undulating and you have to read it very precisely to finish it in 2 putts.








Hole 7

Possibly the toughest par 5 on the course. There is no easy shot on this hole. The narrow fairway, which falls off steeply on the right could be extremely difficult to hit when the wind is blowing straight in your face. The second shot should be played precisely as an approach, because ball sent to the right is almost impossible to find. Even the most daring golfers avoid the right side of the green, though the pin is there.







Hole 8

 A relatively tame Par 4provided that you can hit it straight and avoid all the bunkers. The whole green is slopping to the right, which makes stopping to the left quite difficult.









Hole 9

A good Par 3. Do not be too frightened of the stream and waterfall on the right or you could end up in the bunkers on the right. Here the club choice depends on the wind, which most often blows from the front.









Hole 10

A tricky par 4 to start the back 9. Watch out for the stream, which crosses the hole twice requiring you to play both your drive and approach over water.










Hole 11

A long par 4. What you see is what you get with this hole – no tricks just hit it long and straight.










Hole 12

Into the wind this par 3 plays much longer than it looks. Watch out for the cavernous greenside bunkers, which are not easy to escape from.











 Hole 13

Short par 4 to play with drive into the wind. For chip shot try to play over the 3 bunkers to the left of the fairway.









Hole 14

A medium length par 4. Stay left for the shortest carry over the stream. The raised green falls away steeply at the back so be careful not to over-hit your second shot or you will have a very tough shot back.









Hole 15

A daunting over water par 3. The only lake on the back 9 guards the green on this good length par 3, so make sure you get a clean strike.










Hole 16

The first par 5 on the back 9. Into the wind it is tough, but on a good day still requires a good couple of hits if you are looking to pick up a shot or two.










Hole 17


A slightly downhill mid length par 4. This hole normally plays downwind and a good drive should set up a relatively easy short iron over the stream and up to the raised green.











 Hole 18

A very birdieable Par 5. Provided you can avoid the bunkers, it is possible to reach the green in twp and set yourself up fo a good finish.