Tough hole to position your drive. The big hitters do try and cut the corner. The key is to get past the 150m markers to open up the hole. Its a bad start if you go left!
A nice gentle par 3 with plenty of bail out room short and long. The rough is OK left and right as well. Its a hole that should give you an easy par if you play it safe.
Avoid the right side of the fairway off the tee to give you a clear 2nd shot. There is a salty gully in play (220 from geen) if you don't quite get a good second shot away.
The fairway runs almost 45 degrees to the tee area so it is a great chance to shape a long drive left to right to shorten the hole. Watch out for the sloping green!
One of the best holes on the course. The key here is to avoid the water. A good drive can see the ball roll on down the hill to the trouble zone. Play safe from the tee!
The 6th is sometimes used as the first hole to split the field. It is a fairly straight forward hole that requires a nice straight long iron in to the green.
From the back tee, the hole plays long if you slice right. Those big trees catching the wayward shot. Good drivers will have an easy shot to the green.
Don't be fooled by the lack of length on this hole. There is a indistinguishable bunker to the left of the pin and a hint of break on the putting surface too.
A real chance of an eagle here if you can fashion a good drive from the tee and avoid the large tree on the right of the fairway. Plenty of room to go for it.
A hole that statistically plays harder than most. You need a long straight drive to get to the corner and give yourself a clear shot to the green. Trouble is left side.
The shot from the back tees is ever so slightly blocked by an overhanging tree branch which makes the required drive to be straight and long. Its a good hole.
A long par 4 on any course. The good drivers will position themselves well for the second to the green- but be careful you don't go too far and end up in the creek.
Here is a genuine eagle chance. Its a bit tight off the tee but land a good one and the next shot is a long iron in. Keep the ball left of the flag to avoid the tricky putt.
A dogleg right hole, so make sure you keep a little left as trees will block your approach. The water could be play for the shorter drivers if you duff the second.
You have to trust your club selection as you see no part of the green from the tee. The flag also tends to blend with the background so it's really hit and hope here.
Some respite on this hole. A good drive will see you inside those 150m markers and a straight forward approach to a relatively flat green. You should make par.
One of those country courses where the tree is right in the way! Yep, you need to be able to hit the those short irons high in order to get up and on the green.
Tough finishing hole from the tee. The narrow driving zone makes this hole a real challenge. It gets better as you get closer to the hole. Focus on the drive!
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