This 9 hole golf offers a Championship Length of 4176 metres, with the Men’s Club Distance measuring 4038 metres and the Ladies 3840 metres, with a course rating of 62 for men and 64 for ladies respectively.
3 provides a daunting start to your round. With the elevated green 25m above
you, you need to keep your tee-shot left of the green as anything to the right
runs away from the hole and could end up out of bounds. Walk
away with a 3 here and you are guaranteed a good round.
1st & 10th Holes: Par 3 (Ladies - 120m/142)The Ladies tee boxes certainly offers a unique perspective to this hole. A long uphill stroke from the 1stand an accurate tee shot off the elevated 10thare certainly required, as anything right will run away leaving you with a difficult uphill chip to save par.
2nd & 11th Holes: Par 4
3rd and 12th Holes: Par 4
3rd Hole: The left to right slope of the fairway assists in allowing you a good attacking shot to the 3rd green. However, take care not to stray too far right, as a bunker and out of bounds awaits you. A left hand approach to this green is tricky with a downhill shot, a bunker to clear, and with a severe slope off the right hand side of the green a delicate shot certainly required.
12th Hole: A must hit fairway this, as right off the tee can leave a long second shot into an elevated green with a fairway bunker waiting anything short. To far left, and metres of rough, trees and a grassy knoll await you. Hold this green and you’ll get you par, if not…
4th & 13th Holes: Par 4 (307m/304m)
dam and bunker guard the left and right side of this fairway, so accuracy off
the tee is required. A left side approach is what you need to open this green,
whilst anything right, will leave you with a blind shot over the hill.
5th & 14th Holes: Par 4 (266m/263m)
The line off this tee is the bunker on the left hand side of the fairway, as the natural slope will nestle your ball in the centre of the fairway allowing for an easy shot to the green. With the green tucked into the right corner, anything right will leave you with a shot over the dam, as well as the out of bounds, not a shot for the fainthearted. Bunkers in the front left and right of the green will catch any approach shot that is short.
6th & 15th Holes: Par 3 (183m/143m)
The longest par 3 on the course is longer than it looks and a monster into the wind. A tee shot to the right of this green guarantees good results. A pull left will leave you with an uphill shot over the deceptively deep bunker that guards the left side of the green, while anything short leaves an uphill chip to a green that slopes towards you.
7th & 16th Holes: Par 3 (115m/112m)This, purportedly the easiest hole on the course offers a great challenge to make par. Hitting the centre of this green is a must, as tricky greenside bunkers, to left and right of the green will collect anything offline and out of bounds tight on the left. Depending on the pin placement, hitting it long off the tee provides a slippery downhill putt, while a short tee-shot will leave you with a swinging uphill putt to contend with.
8th & 17th Holes: Par 4 (262m/259m)A silent prayer will certainly assist your tee-shot, with trees lining the right hand side of this narrow, sloping fairway, your ball is invariably drawn them. The right side of the fairway does open up a little towards the green and can be reachable by the longer hitters however it does require an accurate tee shot to stay on the fairway. Placing your tee-shot over the trees is certainly an option; beware though of your approach shot to the green, as out of bounds is a mere two meters from the left hand side of the green and anything short will clatter into the trees.
9th & 18th Holes: (Par 4 (302m/299m)
With overhanging trees on the right, a left to right drive from the lower tee will assist in keeping you on the fairway. A well planned second shot into the green is required as a steep embankment and trees waits for the errant shots on the left. The right hand bunker poses a danger with a tricky green that has a drop off to the back and left has left many a golfer perplexed.