A gentle opener that requires the tee shot to be played down the left side of the fairway to avoid the bunkers. The second shot is played slightly downhill to a generous target. Keep the ball below the hole to give yourself an easier uphill putt.
Sharp dog leg to the right but play towards the marker pole down the fairway to give yourself an ideal line into the well bunkered green. Don’t be tempted to cut the corner with your tee shot. Play for the middle of the green with the second shot unless you are using a short iron as the green is narrow.
A strong hole that has out of bounds on both sides. Use the wind sock to ensure you know the wind direction in blustery conditions. The closer you get to the bunkers with your tee shot the better the angle is for the second shot. Trust the yardage for your second shot as it may look shorter than it actually is due to the hole being flatter than most.
This is the longest of the par 3’s that plays slightly uphill to a green that can have you taking out a hybrid or fairway wood when the breeze is against you. Add 10yards onto the yardage to allow for the contours of the ground and be delighted with a par.
This is a great hole that requires a tee shot to finish down the left side of the fairway to give you the best line to the green. A strong player should play a hybrid or fairway metal as there is a ditch down the left awaiting if you go too far. The green is the most testing on the course so play below the hole with your shot to the green to avoid a potential 3 putt.
This is our Stroke Index 1 hole that requires the stronger player to play a strong draw taking a straight line from the tee or play over the left fairway bunker to allow the left to right slope to move the ball back in to the ideal spot.
For the less accomplished golfer play on the right edge of the left hand bunker and let the slope do the rest.
The second shot is into a well protected green that slopes from left to right from the centre of the green towards the back.
A long par 4 back to the clubhouse that will require two good shots to reach the green. Laying up on the front right of the green is a good option if you are struggling to reach in two as it leaves you a straightforward chip or pitch up to the flag.
Position from the tee is more important than length. Aim on the right edge of the right hand fairway bunker to allow the strong slope from left to right to bounce the ball back to the ideal spot. 3 wood or a strong hybrid is a good choice for the stronger player. The downhill second shot is played to a green that is receptive for a well struck iron shot.
Play up the right side of the fairway to allow the slope to gather the ball and you will be faced with a stunning second shot downhill to a generous target. If you are playing your second shot blind take a quick walk up to ensure the green is clear.
Be careful not to come up short as greenside bunkers await you.
This is a fantastic hole that will test your nerve. A long narrow green sits awaiting a good shot but anything crooked will test out your recovery skills. Play for the middle of the green and commit to your shot.
This is the first of our back to back Par 5’s and is a good one to open the shoulders from the tee. The hole has well placed bunkers from 145 yards in so laying up 120 yards short of the green up the left side on the line of the bunker is a sensible play to make a solid par.
This is a generous Par 5 if you manage to avoid the well bunkered fairway from the tee. There is a hidden bunker short right of the green so play inside the left fairway bunker on the second shot to avoid a Sandy Surprise. Good birdie chance.
A testing hole that requires a good tee shot to leave you a second shot into a two tiered green. If you are struggling to reach in two be aware of the fairway bunker that is down the left side of the fairway 90 yards from the green.
With the 19th Hole awaiting you want your drive to land up the left side of the fairway as the left to right slope will drift the ball back. In very dry conditions a 3 wood is a good club choice for the stronger player. The second shot is to a well protected green and a closing par will hopefully end an enjoyable round.