A downhill pitch to a small green guarded by a pond. This is a scenic starting hole where feel for distance is at a premium. Long is safer than short.
Only a good strike will reward the player on this testing hole. The tee and green are at the same elevation but between is a tree-lined stream, which must be carried. The green is protected by a frontal sand trap. Par is a good score here.
An uphill shot to a green defended b a deep frontal sand trap. The ability to flight the ball high will gain rewards.
A fine par 3 which enjoys a superb cork tree, short left of the green. A gentle draw on to the undulating green is the safest shot. Two sand traps to the right to catch the push or slice.
Reversing direction to the east, this is another test of accuracy. The green which set in mounds, is protected by a sand trap on the front right.
A downhill pitch to a green which is not deep. Traps at the front and rear add to the need for good judgement of distance. Any over-hit shot will land in the stream behind the green.
The pleasant walk over a bridge brings the player to the demanding 7th. A long shot along a plateau with the green in a bowl below. Small pines and a sand trap guard the front of the green. Any shot to realign the green is a very good one!
Heading to the north in the direction of the clubhouse, this hole requires a solidly struck shot. Two sand traps guard the front and left of the green. Friendly banking will help the shot which is only slightly off-line, but will add to the difficulty of the second shot, for any stroke more than twenty metres from the target.
Running parallel to the 1st hole with the pond is again in play. There is
space on the right but a tricky chip then faces the faint-hearted. The rear left of the green sports a sand trap to make any left of centre flag position, a test of carry distance.