A straight ahead Par 5 with an uphill approach. The lakes on the right can come into play with the lay up. The big hitters may need to be mindful of the first lake with a following wind.
A lovely opening Par 3 with an enormous green, surrounded by deep bunkers. Any pin position on the right will test even the most accomplished golfer.
A straight Par 4 that often doesn’t require a driver from the tee. The approach is to a green that slopes severely from back to front which makes for some tough pin placements.
A demanding dog-leg left to right which can play very long when the tees and pins are back. The downhill approach is made even more difficult because of the two tiered green.
An uphill Par 3 guarded by deep bunkers right and left, usually pays to go with an extra club!
A sharp left to right dog-leg which plays longer than its yardage. The big hitter can take on the corner leaving a shorter approach to one of the few flat greens on the course.
Getting past the enormous tree with the tee shot is a feat in itself. The ideal landing position from the tee is on the left of the fairway, but even from this ideal position the downhill approach shot to the sloping green still requires a lot of confidence.
A beautiful uphill Par 3, with the green surrounded by mature trees left and right. The undulated green results in pin positions not far the faint hearted! The one place you must avoid is the front bunker.
A very reachable Par 5 for the medium to long hitter. But, with the green being well protected by some well positioned bunkers and the green itself boasting some huge slopes, can turn your potential birdie into a Par or worse.
Slight dog-leg right to left, with the best approach to the large green being from the right side of the fairway. Bunkers down the left will catch those taking the tight line from the tee.
Very tough Par 4 with a blind downhill approach. If the tees are back, this hole will require two woods to get it to the green, even for the long hitter! Not the biggest of greens, but can have some tricky back pin positions
The key to this hole is a good tee shot allowing you to position yourself for your approach to the green. The downhill approach to the wicked two tier green is a great challenge to your game. Depending on the pin position it sometimes pays to even miss the green on the hole side!
The tee shot requires a left to right shot, a lot of thought is required for your second shot as the impeccably A big left to right dog-leg with a large relatively flat green. Can be reached in two with the right with the right conditions but is very well bunkered even for those laying up.
A lovely Par 4 which plays uphill to a sheltered green that slopes from back to front. The big bunker on right is a good line from the tee, as it leaves the best angle for the approach shot to the green.
A very pretty Par 3 especially when the flowers are in bloom. The tunnel effect created by mature trees demands a brave, confident shot to a narrow green surrounded by well-placed bunkers positioned at the front and another one that creeps around the back right.
The tee shot is vital on this long par four. Ideally a left to right shape that gets past the dog-leg will leave an uphill approach to a long undulating green protected by water left and a huge bunker right.
A sharp right to left dog-leg that can play shorter than the yardage provided you get the right shape off the tee. The green on this closing hole is such that certain pin positions can prove card wreckers.