Front Nine Holes
1st hole: Par 4, 265m
An inviting hole to begin on, the straight hole takes a good drive straight up the centre, to provide an easy up and down. Just beware, push it the left or right you could end up on the beach.
2nd Hole: Par 4, 310m
Again a relatively straight hole, but that does not make this an easy hole at all, with three bunker traps and a water hazard to the left of the hole. Your ideal drive is down the right side of the fairway, with a short iron in to the green.
3rd Hole: Par 4, 145m
At first glance this seems an invitingly wide hole, but push it right, your in 1 of 2 bunkers, get a bad kick left your in thick bush or out of bounds. Hit it just to the right of centre, on the front of the green and your putting for birdie.
4th Hole: Par 5, 434m
Don’t let the distance fool you, this hole plays a lot longer being an up hill climb. Play your drive up the up the left side of the fairway to avoid being stuck behind the big pine. With the tricky rolling green, make sure your putt isn’t too strong, or you’re back on the fairway.
5th Hole: Par 3, 138m
A short slightly down hill par 3, is quite a contrast to the previous hole. Don’t be too complacent though, as it is a tricky green to hold. For a low score you want to place your tee shot dead centre on the front of the green.
6th Hole: Par 4, 327m
On first glance the sixth, which bends slightly left to right, would suit most golfers with a fade, be careful though too much and you will end up in thick trees. A big green provides an inviting approach shot.
7th Hole: Par 4, 317m
A slight dog leg left, this hole once again is slightly longer than it looks. With an up hill climb and two bunkers blocking the green from the right side, you will need a good drive and mid-range iron to reach the green in regulation.
8th Hole: Par 4, 246m
The 8th provides a good opportunity of low scores for your big hitters and just general low scores all round. A soft dog leg left, a good drive can put you on track for a good score. Don’t take it for granted though, it still consists of two bunkers and plenty of trees.
9th Hole: Par 4, 384m
A straight hole, but very long, you will be happy with a par or bogey on this one. Without seeing the green from the tee, you will want to direct your drive over the left side of the fairway. You will still have a long second shot ahead of you, and holding this green isn’t easy, so backside of the green is your safest bet.
Back Nine Holes
10th Hole: Par 4, 270m
Not a long hole, but fairly tight bending right to left. A shot down the left hand side tree line should put you in the middle. Green surrounded by bunkers makes for a tricky approach shot.
11th Hole: Par 4, 250m
Again a short par 4, but the up hill climb makes things interesting. Place a shot down the left side and you could end up on the 10th fairway. Nice, easy green to play allows for some low scores.
12th Hole: Par 4, 261m
Similar shape as the 10th, the 12th plays fairly flat but also very tight off the tee. Nice-sized green behind a large bunker makes for an interesting approach shot.
13th Hole: Par 3, 147m
Probably the hardest par 3 on the whole course with some distance to carry you don’t want to fall short in the gully or else you will still have some work to do. A tricky green to hold on the front, you will want to place the ball at the back end of the green.
14th Hole: Par 4, 337m
Very tight hole off the tee makes for a tricky shot. Second shot is not much easier. With three large bunkers surrounding the left side of the green you will want to be careful when approaching the green.
15th Hole: Par 4, 405m
A very long, tight and challenging par 4. With fairway bunkers down the left and some on the right, you can not afford to spray a shot in either direction. A smaller green provides a tough approach shot.
16th Hole: Par 3, 170m
Similar to the 13th, this again is a tricky par 3. Not only do you have to deal with the gully and the length, you also have to deal with two bunkers either side of the green. A good straight shot down the middle has a good chance of making the green and the chance to putt for birdie.
17th Hole: Par 4, 316m
A straight and wide hole. Is narrowed from the tee with a large pine in the middle of the fairway. Hit to the left of the pine and you have a relatively easy second shot to the green.
18th Hole: Par 5, 429m
The second longest hole on the course is made harder by the fact that it is a hard dog leg left. Keep the ball well right on the fairway to enable two easy uphill shots to get on in regulation. A two tier green can also make for some tricky pin placements.