From this tee you can see the Bar which is both a relief and a good line! The right side is best. The second shot is toughest as you are either having a go at a very small well-bunkered target or laying up onto a sloping fairway where everything goes right and into a bad […]
Two par 5’s to finish, how tough can that be? Well, 17 has ruined many a scorecard! The fallen tree left opposite the fairway bunkers has narrowed the hole somewhat and with bush up the length of the hole, some good hitting is needed. When you get to the small slightly angled green, choosing the […]
This is definitely a dog’s leg. A tee shot up the left is best. If you end up on the right side, my advice is play percentage golf or the trees will get you!
One of the toughest ‘easy’ Par 4’s you will play. It is a straight hole that feels like a dog’s leg, with a well-shaped green. Hitting the fairway is key.
One of the best Par 3’s ever played. The small well-bunkered green is a really tough target under any conditions. Playing conservatively for the front edge is not a bad idea.
It is important to hit your tee shot into the right spot on this hole. Level with the bunker and a little right is best. The green is well defended by a bunker left and a whole lot of water right!
A short and straightforward Par 4 until you reach the well-bunkered green. There will definitely be more “woeful putting stories” emanating from this green than any other. Club selection is key!
A superb Par 3 which always seems to have crosswinds. With water front and right and well-placed bunkers left, aiming back left of the green is a good choice.
The toughness of the hole is dependant on the pin position. The greens’ three tiers make this a tough Stroke 16. The tee shot also creates choices – either tiger line over the tree or the conservative line to the left hand bunker.
One of the best golf holes you will ever play! A short Par 5 with bush left and water right. Water runs the entire length of the hole and needs to be carried in approaching the green. The fairly large green, with a wonderful water hazard to the left, needs to be well thought out.