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Do not underestimate this par 3 opener. The wind plays a big factor to club selection with danger at the front via a bunker and a fierce drop-away at the back of the green. Be certain to check the pin placement of the day, as the green is the longest on the Course at 36 meters! Possibly a club difference from back to front.
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A slightly dogleg left requires a driver that hugs the left side as the fairway slopes away. You are left with a short to mid-iron into a green that slopes from back to front.
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The first of five par 5 holes at
. Fire your tee shot between the bunkers left and the water right. If successful, here you are left with an uphill approach shot guarded by bunkers. Be warned that if you try for the green in two strokes you may well have a sand-iron in your hand for the third shot!
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Position off the tee is vital! You must avoid the bunker and place the ball down the right side to gain good positioning. On your second shot be careful not to be past the pin as the green has a vicious slope from back to front and it will require a testing two putt from any golfer.
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Either hit the drive from the tee with a fade off the bunker or a well-struck fairway wood down the tree line will suffice. From the fairway you can reach the par-5 in two. Take caution though as there is an Out of Bounds on the left.
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Stroke Index 1 and this hole is worthy of this honour. Select placement over power from the tee and aim down the right side of the fairway. This should leave you with a long iron uphill approach shot to a narrow target - good luck!
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The first of three tremendous golfing holes to close the front nine. A long iron will be needed here or possibly a fairway-wood for some players as this par 3 is some distance.
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Placement would be advisable on this hole. A long iron to the left of the fairway bunker will leave you a short iron to an elevated green. This has a slope running down the middle from back to front. Make sure your second shot is in 3 putt land.
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A fairway-wood from the tee is recommended. On the left you have a bunker and Out of Bounds and on the right there are trees that will welcome any ball faded too much. The green is similar to hole 8 and has a tricky ridge down the middle. Find the correct level in two and you will not be far from the pin.
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Although there is an Out of Bounds down the right-hand side you must not be intimidated as this is the ideal side to choose. A long iron down the right will leave you a mid-iron second shot to an elevated green and club selection is vital.
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Back to back par 3 holes the 11 and 12. The first one is straight downhill so it plays shorter than it measures. A club difference from back to front to a generous target. However, if missed the bunkers are ready and waiting as they surround this cut and prepared grass.
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Similar in length to Hole 11, watch out for the pot bunker short as it cuts well into the target.
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A drive straight over the trees allows you to attempt to get home in two. If in doubt play short of the trees and then left of the water as this results in the best angle for your third shot. The green is elevated and a wide second shot will be punished by the surrounding trees. Even if you hit the green a two-putt birdie is no certainty as a huge tear runs through the centre of the green. This is a quality par 5 that has it all.
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Placement off the tee is the key once more. A long iron down the right will be rewarded with a short pitch to another elevated target. The green is long so check the pin placement before you play your next shot.
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Use the driver and let it fly. Aim between the monument and the trees on the edge of the right side of the fairway. Once over the hill you will see why everything falls away to the left. If achieve a birdie the approach shot must be spot on for length. Again the green has a huge tear that runs through its heart.
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Only 589 metres stand between you and the hole on the green. The tee shot must be down the right avoiding the water hazard. A straight second shot with a long iron or a fairway-wood must follow. If successful, the pitch shot must be on the green as there are bunkers short and a fall way long.
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A small target which is slightly raised and guarded by bunkers and nasty slopes. Try your best not to miss the green.
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The final hole and is a par 5 that is no pushover. From the tee use the driver down the right side. Placement is vital on the lay up ito have a chance to make a birdie. Find the top of the ridge and the centre of the fairway. From here you will be able to see all the green that is guarded by just one bunker front left.