Please note that this course is seeded with Bermuda grass. Therefore the surface only in the winter months will appear brown. The first hole is a dogleg to the left. Be aware from the tee of the strategically placed three bunkers lining the left side of the fairway in the landing area. The approach shot is down a slope onto a generous green with bunkers to the left and right.
From the raised tee the line is slightly to the right of the fairway as there is bunker right awaiting any miss-hit drive. The approach shot is uncomplicated if the player avoids the two bunkers to the left and back of the green.
A hole that only presents a problem on the approach shot as there is a lake to carry onto another generous green with a bunker to its right side.
Club choice and accuracy is required as the raised green is well defended by four bunkers and a upward sloping apron.
At 499 metres this is par-5 hole with a straightforward fairway rewarded the strong hitter. A smaller raised green with a front right defending bunker.
From the tee the green is hidden by trees and the gentle bend of the fairway to the right. Again an accurate approach shot is required as there are bunkers to the left and right of the raised green.
A further hole where the green is hidden by trees and the left bending fairway. The approach shot is demanding as the narrow green is raised and it is defended by two bunkers front left, one front right, whilst also on its right is an inviting lake!
Again club selection is required as anything short or long of the raised green may find one of the many bunkers to the front or at the back of the green.
From the tee the fairway opens out providing a comfortable landing area. The second is to the slightly raised green which is defended by front left and right bunkers.