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The opening hole requires a straight drive to a comfortable landing area with threatening bunkers on each side of the fairway. A second shot with a medium iron onto a undulated green which is protected on the left by a bunker.
314 260 327 232
The second hole is another par 4 with a short distance second shot to an elevated green which is also protected by two bunkers. The flag position is important and should be considered as it can be on one of the two levels.
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The tee drive of the third hole is straightforward. The second shot needs to be accurate as there are three bunkers lying across the fairway in the landing area. The approach shot also presents a similar problem due to large bunkers defending the left side of the green.
354 315 372 290
A hole left dogleg where the tee drive is to avoid the left fairway bunker. A slightly elevated green is protected by one bunker on the right side.
430 380 529 370
A difficult hole requiring a long and accurate tee drive with Out of Bounds to the right. The approach shot to the elevated green is protected by a line of three frontal bunkers creating more difficulty.
160 134 199 112
The sixth hole is the longest par 3 on the course. The green is generous so a long iron should be sufficient to avoid the two frontal bunkers.
391 321 417 307
This seventh hole is a left dogleg where a 200 metre tee drive required to carry the lake and avoiding the three bunkers on the right side of the fairway. The approach shot should avoid the three bunkers to the left of the green.
134 102 154 91
The hole is the shortest on the course. It also has the largest flattish green of about 900 square metres but defended by a impressive octopus shaped bunker.
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This ninth hole has a bending fairway with the possibility of trouble for errant shots. The approach to the green requires awareness of the two small bunkers on the right side.
365 283 404 293
The tenth hole has an undulating fairway that creates the idea that the 371 metres is shorter than its reality. Bunkers on both sides of the fairway make accuracy from the tee essential. Avoid the left-hand bunker guarding the green on the approach shot.
329 289 352 273
An attractive and interesting hole. The tee drive landing area has to avoid the water to the left and the bunkers to the right. The green is well protected to the left by a long beach bunker and the water.
482 426 500 379
The twelfth is an attractive and highly challenging hole. A tee drive requires carrying the water to a landing area with a huge bunker on the far right side. The approach shot will have to also carry more water but avoid the beach bunker.
155 131 183 113
A short hole with a small green protected by a big frontal bunker and a smaller one on the left side. The right side the green slopes down making the approach shot not too easy!
363 302 388 262
One of the most beautiful holes on the course. It is composed of two fairways separated by an attractive water hazard with waterfalls. When playing off the tee down the left fairway there is a small bunker to consider. The second shot across the water hazard to the elevated green is very challenging and again their is water on the left side. It is possible to play the tee right fairway off the tee by carrying the large lake which makes the approach shot much easier.
275 241 288 224
The fifteenth hole is the shortest of the par 4s on the course. The tee drive is to a fairway protected by bunkers to the right of the landing area. The approach shot should take into consideration the depression before the green.
180 129 190 120
On this short hole it is necessary to hit a very accurate long iron drive in order to reach the green. Aim to put the ball on the centre because of the front bunker and the pronounced slopes on both sides of the green.
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This “signature hole” chosen by Arnold Palmer is the longest hole on the course and possibly the most challenging. The dangerous right side of the hole has protecting water and several waterfalls whilst the fairway has three strategic bunkers to consider. The approaching shot to the green which is also surrounded by water is the final challenge.
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This hole is competing to be the most challenging par 4 on the course with water on left side and a line of several bunkers on right side of the fairway. it requires a strong drive from the tee and a very accurate iron to reach the green which is also surrounded by water on the front and left side.