Pros Tips: Dog leg right. A good drive over the middle bunker will set you up with a straight forward shot to the green. Bunkers left and right.
Pros Tips: The fearless should favour the right hand side with a drive and take on the green in two. The water and the bunker at the back is not a bad miss for the bigger hitters. A more measured approach is taking a shorter club from the tee and leaving 100 yards in for your third shot.
Pros Tips: Your tee shot should split the fairway between the tree lines. This will give you a straight forward shot to the green, again bunkers left and right.
Pros Tips: Long par 4, slight dog leg left. A good tee shot favouring the right side. A good second shot should see you on or very near to the green. The ground slopes away to the right approaching the green. A par here is always a good score.
Pros Tips: With trees on the right and out of bounds on the left, a good straight tee shot is required. This will leave you with an easy shot to the green but be careful of the bunkers left and right.
Pros Tips: Good par 3 requiring a positive shot to the green. A bunker lies to the right side of the green. Do not go to the left as there are tall trees surrounding the 9th tee and it will make for a difficult second shot.
Pros Tips: Dog left right with trees on the right and out of bounds on the far left hand side of the fairway. A good tee shot to the corner of the dog leg will see you have a long second shot to the green. Bunkers guard the left and right sides of the green. Some big hitters may take on the corner of the trees. If you are successful, you will be rewarded with an easy shot to the green.
Pros Tips: A daunting tee shot in between the trees. Bigger hitters may choose to take the Driver and negotiate the trees with an aggressive second shot. The percentage play is taking three shots to reach the green playing around the trees on the right hand side.
Pros Tips: Slight dog leg right. A positive tee shot is required, but watch out for Barry’s Bunker. A long second shot to a green that slopes from left to right and a bunker front left.
Pros Tips: Dog leg left. A good tee shot to the centre of the dog leg will give you a clear second shot to the green which slopes towards you. There is a bunker front left and two on the far right.
Pros Tips: A decision off the tee, to play short of the fairway bunkers or if you feel brave go for the big drive to clear the bunkers. Either way you will have a straight forward shot to an elevated green. Bunkers also left and right.
Pros Tips: This is stroke index 1. A long dog leg left with out of bounds on the right. Good tee shot is required to get to the top of the dog leg, but be careful of the bunker top right. If you are short with your tee shot you will be blocked out by the trees on the left, so play a second shot to the top of the fairway which will give you a straight forward shot to the green. If you are successful with your tee shot you will be left with a long second shot to a tiered green with a bunker front left and a right hand greenside bunker.
Pros Tips: The last par 3 on the course and quite a difficult one. The green slopes from back to front, so be careful with your tee shot. Try to leave yourself with an uphill putt. If you are top side of the hole you could very easily 3 putt.
Pros Tips: A blind tee shot, so your line will be, between the large tree on left and the two fairway trees. There are 3 bunkers to catch you out on the right. A good tee shot will see you have a straight forward second shot to the green.
Pros Tips: There are two tee positions for this hole. The left hand tee makes it a dog leg left and a good tee shot to the centre of the fairway will give you a clear second shot to the green. There is a bunker on the far right. The men’s competition tee on the right is over water and gives you clear view of the green. There is out of bounds along the right hand side, and a fairway bunker on the right. A good positive tee shot will reward you with an easy second shot to the green.