Hole 1:

From an elevated tee, the dogleg right 350m Par 4 is guarded on the right corner with thick trees. A water hazard awaits long drives that go left. The fairway is a must from the tee to the green. Even from the fairway this is a tricky approach to the undulating green guarded by bunkers front left and back right. and if the wind is helping you will most likely end up over the swale down the back of the green leaving a testing chip shot. Click Here for more information  Click Here for Hole One Video

Hole 2:

Hitting the fairway is a must if you want to take advantage of this accessible Par 5. The drive on this dogleg right 453m Par 5 must negotiate a winding creek up the left and dense trees on the right. A fairway bunker on the left is positioned to catch the long hitters. The uphill fairway makes it easy to misjudge distance when approaching the green. Failure to get the approach shot close means the putter needs be working on this very large two-tiered green, which slopes right to left toward the valley on the side of the green. Click Here for more information

Hole 3:

Trouble looms large from a large flat teeing area on this downhill 175m Par 3, with bunkers front, left and right of the green. If that’s not enough the daunting tee shot is further complicated by the enormous dam at the rear of the green. Click Here for more information

Hole 4:

An intimidating tee shot greets the player on this 392m Par 4. An accurate drive is required to miss the three fairway bunkers on the right and the mass of water to the left. From the fairway a difficult shot to a long narrow green guarded by more bunkers will be encountered. No bail-out areas close to the green means a wayward shot will most definitely be a long bunker shot or a very tough chip back up the hill from the left to the elevated green. Click Here for more information

Hole 5:

A good, solid 159m Par 3 with the green framed from the tee by a creek on the left and a large tree on the right. The green is heavily bunkered at the front and the sides. Players who over-club are punished by a drop off the back into the pond. The undulating, tiered green ensures that not too many birdies are had on this tough Par 3. Click Here for more information Click Here for Hole Five Video

Hole 6:

A short 295m Par 4 that is reachable for the big hitters. Out of bounds and bark covered mounds penalise misdirected tee shots to the right, while trees catch those that go left. Two fairway bunkers, left and right, further complicate the tee shot. Don’t be too casual with the approach from the fairway to this elevated green. A large ridge running from the front middle to the back left portion of the green means that being on the wrong side with a slick green will leave plenty of work for par. Click Here for more information

Hole 7:

The tee block for this 473m Par 5 nestles against an out of bounds fence on the right. With internal out of bounds also on the left, a big number is ensured if the tee shot doesn’t find the fairway. From the tee the fairway disappears over a slight ridge into a gully before it doglegs left to a heavily bunkered green. The uphill approach makes it tough to get the correct yardage to the very large two-tiered green. Long putts are certain if the approach is misjudged. Many a 3-putt has been on this green. Click Here for more information

Hole 8:

This 378m Par 4 is a tight driving hole that has thick trees left and right all the way to the green. The downhill tee shot must be in play to provide a shot to the green from an uphill approach to an elevated green. Missing this green ensures the short game will be tested. A miss left will catch the bunker and anything right will be a tricky down-hill chip to the elevated green. Par is a great score on the 4th hardest rated hole on the course. Click Here for more information

Hole 9:

Trouble looms if the putting surface is missed on this delicate little 129m Par 3. Another elevated green, it is littered with bunkers front, left, right and long, which makes it a tough up and down. Don’t take it too easy; this short Par 3 can soon turn into a major blemish on the scorecard. Click Here for more information

Hole 10:

A straight 336m Par 4 has bunkers in driving range on the left and right of the fairway. The tee shot needs to be left of centre to get the best line into the narrow, angled green. An approach from the right side of the fairway dramatically reduces your landing area and brings the two very well positioned green side bunkers into play. Click Here for more information

Hole 11:

The tee shot over a small creek precedes a gradual climb up the fairway to the green on this 465m Par 5. The drive must be in the fairway, preferably on the right side, with anything left almost definitely resulting in a lost ball in the thick bush or water hazard. Fairway bunkers come into play about 60m from the green. Bigger hitters may want to take on the green for their second shot, but caution is required. the elevated green slopes away on all sides and will test the chipping ability. Click Here for more information

Hole 12:

Any tee shot played left into the trees on this 552m Par 5 will ensure a reload. The best position from the tee is right of centre. It will open up the fairway which continues to bend to the left all the way to the green. A large tree in the middle of the fairway about 60m from the green will require decision making on how best to avoid it. Ensure the right yardage is selected into this hole as the green is large and the wrong club will mean a difficult two putt. Click Here for more information Click Here for Hole Twelve Video

Hole 13:

This is a long, difficult 209m Par 3. Two large bunkers will catch anything short right and a shot on or very near the putting surface is a bonus. All in all a very challenging hole. Click Here for more information

Hole 14:

A couple of options present themselves on the tee shot for this short dogleg left 355m Par 4. A lay-up short or between the two fairway bunkers will leave a mid-iron to a green protected by bunkers front left and right. Ripping one over the left trap and around the corner will shorten the hole considerably and leave only a short iron approach. A large green with a ridge running through the middle and slope at the back will test the putting stroke. Click Here for more information

Hole 15:

Placement is everything on this long, 400m Par 4 right hander. The tee shot needs to be down the left side and over the hill to open up the green for a clear shot in. A shot to the right side of centre or into the trees on the right will definitely result in a chip out and a dropped shot. The approach shot is downhill and difficult to pull the ball up. Three greenside bunkers and out of bounds which lingers only metres behind the green make this a daunting approach. The green is large and undulating, providing a stern test. Click Here for more information

Hole 16:

A blind tee shot waits on this long sweeping downhill 410m Par 4. If the wind is hurting, be prepared to have a mid to long iron in for your second, being all the more reason to get the ball in play. The approach to the green has to negotiate greenside bunkers left and right. The presence of out of bounds only metres to the left of the left trap further complicates the task. A long, undulating green will test out the putting feel and control. Click Here for more information Click Here for Hole Sixteen Video

Hole 17:

A straight away 356m Par 4 that journeys uphill to a very steeply sloping green, from back to front. The approach shot must be left below the hole or all the trouble in the world can be had on this green. Click Here for more information

Hole 18:

A solid downhill tee shot on the finishing 365m Par 4 will find the ball landing on the up-slope of the fairway. It will leave an uphill and blind approach shot into a small green guarded by bunkers right and left. Gauging the correct yardage can be difficult and a long shot is punished by a difficult uphill chip back to the green. Being a small green, a good shot in should present a birdie opportunity. Click Here for more information