A gentle opener. Longer hitters may wish to position the ball for a full wedge into the small green. A large eucalypt guards the right side approach whilst two bunkers will grab anything hit left of centre.
The drive needs to fade gently to avoid a lateral hazard left. A large two tiered green dictated a 2nd shot to the right level to avoid potential three putts, whilst the right side is protected by a bunker and there is substantial fallaway rear right.
A narrow opening with water and trees guarding the left side requiring an accurate tee shot to a narrow fairway. The second shot is a short to mid iron to a long undulating green guarded by 2 deep bunkers to the right. Good touch is required if this green is missed.
Short but sneaky. A full water carry requiring a mid to short iron with a bunker guarding the back and the green falling away sharply either side. The back left pin position requires taking the longest carry but avoid overshooting this green as the chip shot back has the water in your full view. Looks simple but is a tricky par 3.
A definite two shotter with the tee shot over water to a slightly raised fairway. The second shot is to a green below the golfer protected by two bunkers on the left, then trees and a lateral hazard on the right. A water hazard some 40m short of the green catches more second shots than it should.
A well struck middle to short iron should find the subtle undulating green, but be careful of the two bunkers left and front, and severe fallaway right rear. Interesting putts can be anticipated.
A short par 4 with an undulating fairway, mounds and trees left and right, out of bounds the entire right hand side of the hole. Water hazard 190m from the tee. A small green sloping left to right sits across the fairway and precision shotmaking is required to get to a hole cut behind the two bunkers left front.
Another bunker right rear and severe fallaway and trees awaits any shot hit too far. Long hitters might consider going for the green but need to carefully assess risk/return as wayward tree shots can be severely punished.
A small green with two bunkers in front and bunkers either side dictate the shot. You might consider going for the green but need to carefully assess risk/return as wayward tee shorts can be severely punished.
Drivable but make sure it is straight. Out of bounds on the right and water left, await any shot slightly off centre and cant turn three into five or four into six quite easily. Another small sloping green with bunkers left and right front requires precision shot making to record a score. Short but suitable.
A critical driving hole, this fairway crowns and many shots find their way into the trees either side of the fairway. A large sloping green with bunkers either side awaits. The tee shot is all important.
After successfully driving from a chute of trees, if you avoid the trees and water on the right, you shouldn’t have too much trouble with this hole. Longer hitters might get on or around the small flat green with their second. Although the longest hole on the course, birdies on this hole are not rare.
A large green awaits but bunkers front, left and right will readily accept offline shots. Don’t be long or a difficult chip back up a severe fallaway awaits. Not too many pars are made from behind the green.
Despite out of bounds all the way along the right, a definite birdie chance. A large green can provide some interesting putts but proper club selection should be rewarded with a good result.
Straight par 4 from a tee slightly below a fairway. The main difficulty here for the club golfer is distance. A large green with many subtle undulations awaits the 2nd shot. There are not green size hazards apart from severe fallaway on both sides and at the rear. Knock it close of the threat of three or more putts is very real.
A brutal par 3 unto a southerly wind, this hole never plays easy. A small two tier green with bunkers left and right front, and fallaway read demands well struck shots if a three is to be made here.
A substantial green protected by two bunkers in front will welcome a well struck shot and setup a potential birdie. Although large, the green is flat and holds little fear for good putters.
A small green with subtle slope and bunkers left and right demands a shot on the green or just short. Miss left, right or long and you will have to work hard to get up and down.
Out of bounds awaits a slice and in the landing zone the fairway slopes towards the boundary. A short second to a small sloping green with three bunkers should set up a par but be careful of downhill or side hill putts. This slops is more severe than it seems.