Hole By Hole

All Men's Yardages are from the Professional (Blue) Tees

Distance markers are measured to the front of the green

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1st Hole

Men's Tee:  358 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 266 Metres, Par 4

Gentle opener with a wide fairway. Position off the tee is important in order to set up a straightforward approach to the green that is protected by a large front bunker

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

2nd Hole

Men's Tee:  130 Metres, Par 3
Ladies Tee: 126 Metres, Par 3

This is a relatively short par 3 with a generous target. There is trouble off the tee both long and short and plenty of undulations on the green, a challenge to even the best of putters. Two bunkers guard this green both front and back

 

 

 

 

 


 

3rd Hole

Men's Tee:  382 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 310 Metres, Par 4

This long hole with trouble on the left requires an accurate drive to set up a fairway wood or long iron to a two-tiered green that slopes right to left, and is well guarded with a bunker on the left front.

 

 

 

 

 


 

4th Hole

Men's Tee:  315 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 249 Metres, Par 4

This is a relatively short hole but with a narrow fairway a straight tee shot is required to carry the water which runs all the way down the right side. There is heavy rough on the left.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

5th Hole

Men's Tee:  522 Metres, Par 5
Ladies Tee: 416 Metres, Par 5

This very challenging hole with water on the right of a generous fairway requires a good drive to the left or middle of the fairway. This is a good target to view the green which is protected by water left and right, with a bunker guarding the front. Par is a good score here.

 

 

 

 

 


 

6th Hole

Men's Tee:  466 Metres, Par 5
Ladies Tee: 363 Metres, Par 5

A long drive that clears the hill will leave a long iron to the green. Keep in mind that over the hill the fairway slopes from left to right. Short hitters should lay up in front of the well positioned bunkers. Out of bounds on the left.

 

 

 

 

 


 

7th Hole

Men's Tee:  369 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 252 Metres, Par 4

Shorter hitters will struggle to clear the hill. With out of bounds just lurking left of the green, accuracy is at a premium, with bunkers left and front right guarding the green. A tee shot to the right of the white stone is preferred.

 

 

 

 

 


 

8th Hole

Men's Tee:  169 Metres, Par 3
Ladies Tee: 120 Metres, Par 3

A great par 3 requiring a medium to long iron off the elevated tee. With bunkers at the left of the reen and one at the back, as well as overhanging branches hindering a shot that starts on the right. Anyone will settle for a par.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

9th Hole

Men's Tee:  413 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 325 Metres, Par 4

This hole requires a good drive to avoid the trouble on both sides to set up a long, blind approach to the green. The right hand side is the way to go. Bunkers on the right and one on the left of the hole makes it even more challenging

 

 

 

 

 


 

10th Hole

Men's Tee:  358 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 310 Metres, Par 4

Position off the tee is crucial here, with out of bounds on the right, and trees on the left. A fairway wood or long iron off the tee will leave a medium iron to the elevated, two-tiered green.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

11th Hole

Men's Tee:  390 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 358 Metres, Par 5

Many people's favourite. A challenging hole, requiring a good drive and a medium or long iron down to the green set beautifully amongst the trees. Favour the right side of the fairway with your drive.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

12th Hole

Men's Tee:  356 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 344 Metres, Par 5

Another challenging hole. Leave your tee-shot short of the out of bounds field on the right, and take enough club to clear the bunkers guarding the elevated green.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

13th Hole

Men's Tee:  364 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 226 Metres, Par 4

Avoid the hidden bunker on the left of the fairway off your drive and pick your target well for your blind second shot to the green. There is one bunker found at the front left edge of the green. Par is always a good score here.

 

 

 

 

 


 

14th Hole

Men's Tee:  174 Metres, Par 3
Ladies Tee: 162 Metres, Par 3

The first of two tough short holes. A long iron is needed to hit a small target that is flanked by bunkers on both sides. If you are going to miss, do so on the side opposite the flag position.

 

 

 

 

 


 

15th Hole

Men's Tee:  150 Metres, Par 3
Ladies Tee: 139 Metres, Par 3

A medium iron to a long green. Beware of rough and an island bunker on the left. No trouble on the right.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

16th Hole

Men's Tee:  302 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 233 Metres, Par 4

A straightforward par 4 that offers a great choice. Favour the middle to right of the fairway with your tee shot. Two bunkers guard the elevated green. Care is needed with the second shot. Remember, long is wrong!

 

 

 

 



 

17th Hole

Men's Tee:  350 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 278 Metres, Par 4

A good drive is needed to carry the hill to leave a shorter second shot to the green that slopes from front to back. The white stone is a good target off the tee. Three harsh bunkers guard the green

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

18th Hole

Men's Tee:  397 Metres, Par 4
Ladies Tee: 349 Metres, Par 5

A great finishing hole. Another long drive is needed to carry the valley. The corner of the clubhouse is a good target off the tee. Bunkers found at the left and right guarding an elevated green.