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368 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 5
Out of bounds along the entire right side is intimidating for the first shot of the day. The prevailing wind off the right makes the approach very interesting and is played with a medium iron to a slightly raised green protected by bunkers on the right.
352 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 3
This dogleg left hole is lined by trees on both sides however the tee shot should favour the right side to avoid the bunker. Your approach is played with a six or seven iron slightly downhill and anything over the green will be severely punished.
135 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 17
In windy conditions this can be a very tricky short hole. However, in calm conditions a medium to short iron is required, played to a small green sloping from right to left.
492 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 1
A straight forward three shot hole played uphill and requiring accuracy as the fairway is flanked by bunkers. Following two solid wood shots, the golfer will be faced with a simple pitch shot to a big flat green and the opportunity of a birdie.
294 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 9
A very narrow par 4 with the ideal tee shot favouring the left side, leaving a semi-blind short-iron approach which can play at least half a club longer.
153 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 15
A well-struck medium to long iron will find the golfer safely on the green, which is protected by a deep bunker on the left.
442 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 7
Over the water hazard, accuracy and length is needed on this short par 5, preferably favouring the left hand side. A long iron to fairway wood to an undulated green guarded by two swails and a front right bunker should set up a relatively easy birdie opportunity.
287 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 13
A short par 4, to a green guarded by water on the right hand side and three bunkers on the left. The key here is to find the fairway on the right that will leave you with a short iron for your second. Longer hitters might go for the green, but par is a good score here.
301 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 11
A short par 4, requiring a short iron to a sloping green, but beware the deceptive yardage.
348 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 8
Huge pine trees some 80 meters off the tee make for an intimidating drive. A left to right tee shot is required to set up a downhill approach to a large newly constructed green, with out of bounds long, a bunker on the right and a water hazard on the left. Golfers are happy to walk away with a par on this hole.
349 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 4
The wise golfer will choose a fairway wood or long iron as the premium is on accuracy on this long par 4. Having successfully found the fairway, a mid to long iron is required for your approach, played to a small-bunkered green.
meters | Stroke Stroke 6
The finest hole on the course. The optimum line from this tee with a fairway wood will be down the right side as the fairway is flanked on both sides by huge pine trees. Your medium iron approach is played downhill to a small green.
429 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 14
Another short par 5 played into the wind most of the time. Out of bounds down the left intimidates the player, however two well-struck shots will set up a simple pitch for a definite birdie opportunity.
315 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 12
A short par 4 played uphill to a small green where club selection is paramount with the approach.
127 meter meters | Stroke Stroke 18
A downhill par 3 requiring no more than an eight or nine iron in calm conditions, to a large green with many subtle slopes.
453 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 10
A long, uphill three shot hole with the fairway flanked on both sides by large trees. Your second shot has no real danger, however favouring the left side will open up the green, allowing for a simple pitch setting up a birdie putt.
148 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 16
A beautiful par 3 lined by pine trees on the left and played to a large, severely sloping green from back to front, making putting conditions difficult.
339 meters meters | Stroke Stroke 2
A very good finishing hole indeed, this dogleg left par 4 is lined by large pine trees. The ideal tee shot will favour the right side, opening a difficult approach with a medium iron, played uphill to a semi-blind green.
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