A nice opening hole, slight dogleg right to left. Bunkers located center and left need to be avoided. Not too much of a problem for long hitters. Best place is to the right of the fairway. Left side of fairway the trees come into play. Two bunkers located left of the green. The green slopes from back to front and has a safe location to the right of the green.
Hole #2 | 267 yards | Par 4
A straight driveable par 4, trouble left with trees skirting the fairway. Bunkers located in the center of the fairway. Bunkers left and right of the green. OOB at the rear of the green to catch the over hit shot. Best place is to the right of the fairway; this gives a nice pitch into the green. Green slopes slightly from left back to front.
Hole #3 | 459 yards | Par 4
A long, sweeping dogleg left; trouble if player tries to take too much off the corner. Trees and OOB to the left. The fairway has numerous undulations and the fairway bunker only affects the long hitters. Left of the fairway brings the big tree into play. Bunkers front left and right of the green. At the rear of the green is quiet a slope and the dyke. A tough hole.
Hole #4 | 156 yards | Par 3
First of the par 3's. Trouble left, short and long left of the hole. A large pond between the tee and green looms into the high handicapper's mind here. No bunkers around the green. this hole has possibly the biggest slope from back to front and has a safe location to the right of the green.
Hole #5 | 529 yards | Par 5
First of the par 5's. Sweeping left to right. This is not the longest but a few problems with the trees both sides of the fairway. Adjacent to the 3rd hole, sometimes using this fairway is the easier and shorter route to the hole. No fairway bunkers but 1 guards the green on the left. This green is one of the flattest with the slightest hint of a second tier middle to back of the green.
Hole #6 | 542 yards | Par 5
Second of the par 5's. Slight dogleg left. The dyke in most cases ensures this is treated as a true par 5, although can be reached in two. Bunkers located left side of the fairway on the apex to the dogleg can force the player to try and cut the corner where the trees can catch you out. The trees to the right of the fairway should be avoided.
Hole #7 | 349 yards | Par 4
A short par 4. This is again a slight dogleg left. Bunkers located center and left will be in play for the long hitters. The place to avoid is left in the trees. Best place is to the right of the fairway at the apex of the dogleg. Bunkers located left and right approach to the green. This green is slightly cupped, the dyke at the rear should not be a problem here.
Hole #8 | 151 yards | Par 3
Par 3. Not a long hole however is well protected with bunkers at the front and left. A safe area to the right if long enough to avoid the bunkers. The green has some interesting undulations which can catch the player.
Featured Hole: Hole #9 | 288 yards | Par 4
A fairly straight drivable par 4. Guarded by 2 bunkers at the approach. Reasonably high banks on 3 sides surround the green. The green has a slight slope from right back to left front.
Hole #10 | 444 yards | Par 4
A nice straight driving hole to get the inward leg going. The green has been lowered and the size increased to give the player a better chance to leave with a good score. The green is fairly level and has bunkers front left and right.
Hole #11 | 271 yards | Par 4
An interesting par 4 hole. Most players will try for the green in one but get it wrong left can ruin the card. The green has no bunkers but a few undulating areas to test the chip shot. The green is a reasonable size and fairly true. Best place is to the right of the fairway; this gives a good approach to the green.
Hole #12 | 150 yards | Par 3
A raised green well protected front and left bunkers. Missing the green requires the delicate chip to get close. This green has some subtle borrows and slight slope from back left to front right.
Featured Hole: Hole #13 | 490 yards | Par 5
Fairly straight driving hole with generous fairway. Long hitters will be temped to try carry the ditch at 260 yards and then to go for the green in 2, however, left off the tee means flirting with the trees on the left and OOB could hurt your score card. Best place is to the right of the fairway. A long draw as a second shot could be rewarded. Bunkers located front right of the green. Not big problems if the players overshoot the green, go left or fly the bunkers. The green is reasonably flat and true.
Hole #14 | 363 yards | Par 4
This hole is a nemesis for some players. It needs a good straight tee shot, lots of trouble left, right and short of the fairway. The green is tiered and the change in elevation is not too big but can be frustrating at times. A par on this hole can feel like a birdie. Best place is to the right of the fairway to get the ideal approach to the green.
Hole #15 | 199 yards | Par 3
A frustrating long par 3 requiring a good strike with either a fairway wood or a long iron. The green is guarded by 2 bunkers, one placed short right catching a lot of the faders out and the other placed to left of the green. Bail out area will be short of the green and then take your changes with an up and down to save your par.
Hole #16 | 349 yards | Par 4
A tempting hole to go for the long drive but requires accuracy from the tee. If your tee shot finishes to far right of the tree there is a high probablity you will be blocked out by the trees down the right side. Left in the trees in most cases will require a chip out to the fairway. The dyke also comes into play here. Long and right are good areas to be. One of the largest greens and has a slight rise from the middle to the back.
Hole #17 | 344 yards | Par 4
This hole requires a good drive and accurate second shot. OOB right forces the player to go straight. Laying up short of the dyke can have its rewards if far enough up to have a clear second to the green. This avoids the dyke coming into play again. Dykes catch the ball easily here.
Featured Hole: Hole #18 | 413 yards | Par 4
A good finishing hole to test your nerve. Tee shot needs to be further left then you can visualise from the tee. Trees line the right side and may block out any tee shot favouring the right side of the fairway. However, a tee shot down the left half of the fairway may face the challenging bunker guarding the front left of the green, and the flag often hides behind this. Green is large and flat so always putts true.