308 yards index 16
yards index 16
282 yards index 13
A short Par 4 which will entice the longer hitters to go for the green.
Approach from the left hand side of the fairway is favoured, as this allows a full view of the green. Beware of the wooded area to the right of the green.
Both the fairway and the green have many undulations and may well provide a tougher challenge to the golfer than the stroke index suggests.
425 yards index 2
yards index 2
346 yards index 3
A long Par 4, particularly from the back tee. Your tee shot is likely to land on the up-slope unless you are a long hitter. Bunkers and trees line the fairway landing area.
An accurate shot is requored into the green as it is protected by bunkers on both sides of the approach.
394 yards index 4
yards index 4
384 yards index 11
Par 4/Par 5
A long Par 4, which has a dog leg to the left. The first half of the fairway is slightly uphill, with trees lining both sides.
A good tee shot will leave a long iron or rescue wood to a well guarded green. Bigg hitters may find that they have a downhill lie for their second shot.
142 yards index 14
yards index 14
130 yards index 17
377 yards index 8
yards index 8
322 yards index 7
This is a very tight hole which has out of bounds on both sides. It may be wise to scrifice the length of your tee shot for accuracy – as hitting the fairway is a must!
Your second shot may be longer, but it will be helped by the downhill sloping approach to the green.
Nothing here for long – there is also out-of-bounds through the green.
259 yards index 18
yards index 18
247 yards index 9
A short dog leg left PAr 4. Out of bounds on the left. Most players will choose an iron for safety with their tee shot. Good positioning of the ball is a must.
Longer hitters will try to reach the green from the tee. A draw is necessary for this shot – anything going long and straight, may fall foul of the pond which lurks to the right of the fairway.
185 yards index 10
yards index 10
145 yards index 15
A tough Par 3 that always plays longer than it’s yardage suggests. An uphill tee shot that may require a mid to long iron.
The approach is guarded by two trees and the green has two greenside bunkers.
A pond lurks to the right of the green, to catch any shots that are slightly long and right.
343 yards index 12
yards index 12
310 yards index 1
An accurate tee shot is required here. Out of bounds on the left and the row of trees on the right.
A good tee shot to the slightly uphill fairway, will reveal the green, which is protected by a large bunker at the front and a smaller one to the right.
Anything landing to the left of the green will probably end up in the deep hollow.
516 yards index 6
yards index 6
462 yards index 5
A long Par 5 which may be reachable in two, for som of the longer hitters. There is a wide receptive fairway for your tee shot – but this narrows and ises to a higher level for your second shot.
Beware out-of-bounds on the right and the large fairway bunker positioned 66 yards from the green.
There is danger all around the green, with a bunker to the right, a deep hollow to the left and out of bounds through the back.
133 yards index 11
yards index 11
90 yards index 14
A great looking Par 3. It i important to hit the green to be able to score well. Anything short will end up in the water or bunkered.
Anything landed long will leave you with a very difficult pitch and little chance of getting up and down for Par.
366 yards index 9
yards index 9
254 yards index 8
A conservative tee shot is needed here as there is trouble on both the left and right.
Your second shot is played slightly uphill into a very long narrow green. Choosing the correct club to carry the two bunkers near the green is a must.
171 yards index 13
yards index 13
132 yards index 16
A semi-blind tee shot to a green which is well guarded on the left hand side.
A tee shot to the right half of the green would be a wise option. Nothing for left – only out of bounds.
285 yards index 17
yards index 17
238 yards index 12
390 yards index 3
yards index 3
335 yards index 4
An intimidating tee shot with out of bounds on the right hand side.
There is plenty of room on the left, but this leaves a very challenging 2nd shot to the green, which has out-of-bounds to the left of it.
Som golfers will find it prudent to hold back with their tee shot and allow their ball to land on the flat fairway area before the rise. This provides a much safer 2nd shot to the green.
520 yards index 7
yards index 7
406 yards index 10
A long Par 5 with out of bounds all the way down the left hand side. Straight hitting is a must as there is water hazards and trees on the right. Starting at 100 yards from the green, you will find bunkers on both sides of the fairway.
There is a further bunker to the front right of the green.
210 yards index 15
yards index 15
406 yards index 18
A good Par 3 that plays slightly uphill to a large undulating green. A good shot is required to carry the bunker that protects the left half of the green.
Anything missing this green may well leave a very difficult escape shot. Missing long and right may well find water – long and straight will no doubt run off the slope at the rear of the green.
475 yards index 1
yards index 1
316/388 yards index 2
Par 4 – Par4/5
A long testing Par 4. An intimidating tee shot, over water, needs to be long and accurate if you want to reach the green in two.
There is out-of-bounds all the way down the left. Your second shot needs to be played with caution. The landing area becomes very narrow prior to the green, with out-of-bounds on both sides.
Make noe mistake – making Par on this hole is an excellent result.
561 yards index 5
yards index 5
448 yards index 6
A long dog leg left Par 5. There is a deep gulley before and after the corner.
Bigger hitters may be able to carry the corner and land on the flat plateau, which would leave a shot of approximately 210 yards to the green.