Out of bounds all down the left side here where there are newly planted trees, a straight drive will also avoid the fairway bunkers on the left. Position you drive on the right side of the fairway for the best angle to the green as it is protected by bunkers on left and right.
Dog leg to the left. Lay up with a wood or long iron to give yourself a good angle at the green. For the long hitter you can cut the corner. For your 2nd shot avoid the lake to left of green and do not overshoot this green.
From the back tee the lake comes in to play. Aim your tee shot between the lake on right and trees on left to be safe. From the forward tee a good drive up the middle of fairway should leave a short iron to green and a birdie chance once you are long enough to avoid the bunkers.
Testing par 3. If you are going to miss the green then be short and on left half of fairway to get a good angle to pitch to the green, do not overshoot this green.
Small dog leg to the left so a good straight drive will avoid the drains on the left and give yourself a good angle for your 2nd shot. Be careful with your 2nd shot if you are going for the green as there is a small drain protecting the front of the green. Lay up with your 2nd shot to the left side of fairway to give yourself a good angle to the green and take the bunker on right out of play.
Par 3 but no easy hole. A long straight shot is needed to reach this green. A big bunker protects the front of green. There is space between the bunker and the green so try to land over the bunker and your ball should find its way on to green. Bunkers are positioned left and right to scoop up any stray balls.
The key here is the drive. A good straight drive will leave a short iron to the green. A pair of bunkers protect the green to the left and the right. Plenty of room for error around the green.
Dog leg to the right and lake positioned just off right side of fairway. The safe bet is to lay up on left side of fairway to avoid the lake and the drains which cross this fairway, this will leave you a 2nd shot to the green and a good angle between the bunkers that protect this green. For the big hitters take your line from the left corner of the lake and try to clear the drains to get close to the green.
Dog leg to left. A good drive is essential. You can find yourself in trouble if you venture too far left with your 2nd shot, however the left half of the fairway will give you the shortest path to the green. Green has a bunker to the left and right.
Par 3.Trouble all the way down to this green on the right hand side in the form of a large drain. Three bunkers protect the green however there is space between the front bunker and the green to land a ball. Trouble also if you overshoot this green.
Nice Par 5. A good drive down the right side of fairway will leave you in a nice position to have a go at the green. For those laying up the fairway slopes away down into an old quarry, try to avoid landing in this area or you will have a blind shot the green. Across the path to the back of this green is out of bounds so be careful.
From the back tee you will need a good drive and a wood to get near this green. From the forward tee be careful as there is a lake eating in to the right side of the fairway, a drive up the left side of the fairway will leave you with a short iron to the green. To get a better angle to green lay up on the right side of fairway short of the lake.
A long par 5 from the back tee which will need a good tee shot and a wood to give you a short to medium iron to the green. From the forward tee it plays much easier and a good tee shot followed by a wood should leave you with a pitch to the green and a birdie chance. There is trouble all the way up this hole if you stray too far right.
Can be a testing par 4 depending on the wind direction. Plenty of space right and left of the fairway so try to get a good drive away. Your 2nd shot will be made more difficult because there are three bunkers protecting the green however there is space between the front bunker and the green so if you can clear that bunker you shouldn’t wind up too bad.
A good drive here and you will only have a short iron to the green and a good birdie chance. Newly planted trees line the rough down the right hand side so try not to stray too far. The green is a small target so any shot in will need to be accurate. Find the left side of the fairway to get a better angle to the green.
Shortest hole on the course at only 120 metres. Newly planted trees line this hole left and right and the green is protected by three bunkers. Don’t be fooled by the bunker to the front of the green there is space between this and the green to land your ball.
Out of bounds all the way up the left side here so try to drive up the middle or slightly to the right where there is more space. A good drive should leave a medium iron to the green which is protected by a bunker on the left and right.
Dog leg to the left with out of bounds all the way up this fairway on the left. The safe play is a drive up the centre or slightly to the right however this will push you further away from the green for your second shot. If you take on the corner you will be rewarded with a shorter iron and a better angle to the green. There are three bunkers around the green to to avoid the bunker on the left of the green.