HOLE 1 (par 5)
A downhill dogleg to the right, the lamp-post is your target, OB right. The small and narrow green runs away from you, all the trouble is long.
HOLE 2 (par 4)
Elevated tee and severely uphill dogleg to the right. Do not go right as a large stand of trees will block your next shot. Take one more club for your second.
HOLE 3 (par 4)
Number one shot hole all downhill. You must get to the bottom of the hill for your next shot to an elevated difficult green. Par is a good score.
hole 4 (par 3)
Uphill to a two tier green well protected by a deep bunker front right. Deceptive in length, don't be short.
hole 5 (par 4)
Straight away par 4, make sure your second is up as anything short will come back at least 25m, green has a large false front.
hole 6 (par 4)
Downhill dogleg left, aim right of centre as fairway slopes right to left. Fairway wood or long iron from the tee. Green is very receptive to well flighted second.
hole 7 (par 3)
Two bunkers (one unseen) guard the entrance. Your tee shot should be right of centre as the green slopes to the left. Hazard to the left of green.
hole 8 (par 5)
Short par 5 dogleg to the left, you need to get to the corner to have a clear view of the green. Keep your second to the LH side of the fairway.
hole 9 (par 3)
Well bunkered and often affected by the prevailing SW breeze. Long is dangerous- the green has subtle breaks.
HOLE 10 (par 5)
A true 3 shotter to a very small green- make sure you are not left as the `up and down' from this spot is difficult.
HOLE 11 (par 5)
A big drive will give the chance to hit the large sloping green in two. Beware the water in front can easily add one or more to your score.
Hole 12 (par 3)
Short iron to a two tier green, well bunkered. Trouble awaits those who are long.
HOLE 13 (par 5)
Slight dogleg left; your tee shot should be centre as trees come into play for those wayward. Make sure you are 'up' with your approach as the green has a false front.
HOLE 14 (par 4)
Downhill with the tee shot needing to be slightly left of centre. Difficult green to land on. Land your second shart as all the trouble is over the green.
HOLE 15 (par 4)
Difficult drive through a shoot of trees, OB to the right. Second shot is often blind. The big tree to the right of the green is a good target. Long and left = wet.
hole 16 (par 3)
Toughest par 3 on the course, OB all down the right small green. Perfectly placed bunker front left. This hole has ruined many a good round.
hole 17 (par 4)
Easiest hole on the course. Driver-short iron-two putts-par!
hole 18 (par 4)
Not long but gives its share of problems. Water hazards to the right for the weak fade. Well bunkered large two tier green - if the pin is at the back be wary of the two bunkers at the rear.