A great finishing hole with the potential to wreck a good score!! Long par 4 with a slight dog leg left with out of bounds running down the left. Don’t be too greedy trying to cut too much off the corner. A drive up the right half of the fairway is ideal leaving an approach shot into the largest green on the course in front of the clubhouse which is protected by bunkers left and right. Don’t be too bold as out of bounds is few a just yards over the back of the green. If you hit the rear of the green then you will be left with a testing putt as the green slopes heavily from back to front.
A short but tricky opening hole. A slight dog-leg right requires longer hitters to clear a bunker on the right of the fairway to leave a short pitch to a narrow green with a greenside bunker to the right. However a fairway wood or long iron placed down the left half of the fairway leaves an easier approach to the green.
The 3rd is a stroke index 1 hole with a slight dog leg to the left with the fairway sweeping down about 200 yards off the tee. The ideal tee shot is just left of the marker post and the slope should take the ball down the hill leaving you around 150 yards to the green. If you miss the slope then you’re left with a long second to a green which is protected by four bunkers.
This may look like a simple hole but don’t be fooled!! There is trouble waiting left or right for the wayward tee shot. The approach to a sloping back to front green needs to negotiate banking and bunkering left and right. Trouble also awaits an over hit approach.
Long par 5 playing nearly always into the wind, with a slight dog leg to the right. A tee shot down the left half of the fairway will avoid the ditch and the out of bounds triangle – which cuts into the fairway from the right. This will leave a long second shot which only the big hitters been able to reach in two. Beware as out of bounds runs all the way along the right on this hole with trees and severe rough to the left.
Elevated tee shot to a fairway which slopes to the left with trouble up the right and left. An over hit tee shot will find a water hazard and a lost ball!! Play short of the ditch and you are left with a 120 yard approach to the green.
A short par 4 with thick rough lining both sides of this hole, punishing any wayward tee shot. A drive positioned down the left half of the fairway will leave a good line into a small narrow green. Missing the green left will leave a tricky chip shot.
Dog leg right par 4 with a ditch running down the left side of the hole and trees to the right. Ideal tee shot is to be positioned on left half of the fairway which leaves a good line for your approach into the green. Once you’ve found the green safely the sloping green makes putting very tricky.
A tough uphill par 3 measuring 168 yards from the white tees. As the green is blind from the tee it makes club selection very tricky. Anything short will roll back down the hill so always take one more club than you think. However downhill putts are to be avoided on this green.
A short par 4 with out of bounds running down the left with the wind nearly always blowing towards it! Don’t be short with your approach as there is a dip in front of the green which will gather your ball leaving a tricky chip.