1st Hole. Par 4 270 metres (M) 257 metres (L)
A pleasant introduction to the course. A straight drive followed by a short iron approach to a relatively flat green. Should set the tone for a good day’s golf.
2nd Hole Par 4 343 metres (M) 311 metres (L)
This medium length Par 4 is relatively straight with bunkers right and left surrounding a flat green. A dam on the right side of the fairway should not present any problems.
3rd Hole Par 4 312 metres (M) 294 metres (L)
Well treed on both sides of the fairway and well bunkered approach to the green. This hole requires thought when playing your second shot.
4th Hole Par 5 445 metres(M) 419 metres (L)
This short Par 5 should not be taken lightly. A slightly elevated sloping green is protected by bunkers on both sides of the approach.
5th Hole Par 3 186 metres (M) 139 metres (L)
Keep right! A left sloping fairway spells trouble. An errant tee shot makes the elevated, sloping green difficult to attain. The green is well protected on the left side by a deep bunker.
6th Hole Par 4 403 metres (M) Par 5 Ladies 345 metres
As this fairway slopes to the right, the tee shot requires to be aimed left. Two valleys along the fairway increase the difficulty of reaching this elevated green in regulation. Deep bunkers on both sides of the green add to the golfer’s need for caution.
7th Hole Par 3 163 metres (M) 121 metres (L)
An elevated green is protected by a bunker at front left. Be too long and you can be well down the sloping 6th fairway. Be right and you could be among trees. A protected green slopes right to left and rear to front.
8th Hole Par 5 449 metres (M) 376 metres (L)
Out of bounds on the right hand side of a sloping, undulating fairway can pose a problem for the unwary golfer. A slight dogleg to the left. The approach to the green is protected by deep bunkers on the left and right which may add to a player’s woes.
9th Hole Par 4 347 metres (M) 293 metres (L)
A 60 degree dogleg to the right confronts the player off the tee. Go too far to the right and out of bounds beckons. Take on the trees on the corner and good luck! A slightly sloping green is protected by bunkers the left and right hand sides.
10th Hole Par 3 184 metres (M) 171 metres (L)
A very straight, well hit tee shot is highly recommended to get a par opportunity on this hole. A tight shot for players that move the ball either way due to tall, overhanging gums lining the fairway all the way to the green. Bunkers to avoid on the left and right hand sides of the green.
11th Hole Par 4 317 metres (M) 287 metres (L)
Hitting the tee shot long, centre or right of the fairway will give you an easy short iron approach to the green. Avoid hooking left into a small dam. Hitting left also brings into play left front and right back bunkers.
12th Hole Par 4 419 metres (M) Ladies Par 5 396 metres
A long par 4 where straight and long tee and approach shots are required to reach the green in regulation. A difficult, firm green to hold with numerous slight dips to ponder when putting, makes this hole the hardest on the course.
13th Hole Par 4 351 metres (M) 314 metres (L)
A short Par 4 where an errant tee shot into the trees lining the narrow fairway will make it awkward to recover. Placement more than length is the key to this hole. Avoid bunkers on the front left and right side of a small green
14th Hole Par 4 376 metres (M) 347 metres (L)
Dog leg to the right. A long tee shot towards the middle to left side of the fairway will set up the correct angle for the approach shot into a large green guarded by bunkers front right and left of the hole. Any wayward shot will have you grappling under, over or between trees located in abundance along both sides of the fairway.
15th Hole Par 3 151 metres (M) 128 metres (L)
Looks an easy Par 3 but the wind can play havoc with club selection and the approach to this hole. Bunkers on the right and left of a small green await a wayward shot. Out of bounds on the left of the fairway and back of the green.
16th Hole Par 5 454 metres (M) 405 metres (L)
Out of bounds lurks left of the fairway from tee to green on this par 5. Trees again line the entire right side. Keep the ball middle or left side (if you dare) of the fairway for a clear approach to this hole. Shots straying right will bring the front right and two left back guarding bunkers into play.
17th Hole Par 4 350 metres (M) 309 metres (L)
Par 4 dog leg to the left. out of bounds on the left of the fairway so hit it straight down the middle. Take a chance with power and length over the corner and be rewarded with a simple short iron to the green. A wayward shot and you are O.O.B. or grappling with trees. A firm, fast green with a slight slope at the rear for stray approach shots, especially tricky on windy days even when chipping to the hole.
18th Hole Par 3 178 metres (M) 115 metres (L)
Long par 3 with a narrow, firm, right to left sloping green. Approach the hole from the right or you may see what seems a good shot end up rolling off or through the green. Be faced with a probing pitch shot from anywhere off this green and a meandering putt.