A generous fairway lies ahead, although accuracy off the tee rather than distance is key to reaching this green two. Fortune favours those who aim right of centre, leaving an easier approach to this which is well protected with tress to the left
A seemingly straight forward hole, however care should be taken off the tee as the fairway bunkers could be in reach. The green is well protected with bunkers, left and right.
Aim for the marker post from the tee. A long approach shot is needed to reach this green in two. Avoid the hidden fairway bunker on the right and you should make par.
Aim for the left hand side of the green and watch your ball take the slope, too far right and you might find yourself in a bunker!
Accuracy is the key off the tee. A generous fairway tightens with fairway bunkers left and right ever ready to grab your ball and out of bounds never far away. Avoid these and it's plain sailing to the green. A back pin placement however will offer a tricky putt to those found short on this two-tier green.
Clever use of the natural rolling terrain will offer extra distance on this lengthy hole. Remember out of bounds to the right and the bunker left off the tee. A well placed second shot to the centre of the fairway avoiding bunkers left and right will allow for the best approach to this tricky elevated green.
Don't be distracted by this picturesque par 3. A number of hazards are here to catch you out. Out of bounds and Scots Pine protecting the right and tricky bunker to the left. Land short and you'll have a chip to a elevated green.
An elevated tee offers a great view of this double dog-leg hole. Out of bounds to the right should be noted. A well placed bunker and split fairway await those trying to reach the green in two, it might be more rewarding to reach this in three!
A gentle climb uphill on this right dog-leg hole and a well-protected elevated green lies ahead. Longer hitters may take on the corner otherwise the centre of the fairway will give you the best approach to the green.
Three very well placed bunkers require accuracy off this tee! Avoid these and out of bounds to the right, you'll be left with a short approach to the slight elevated green.
A generous downhill fairway invites you to be more daring off the tee, but you should be mindful of the water hazard to the right and out of bounds left. Keep to the left of the fairway for the best approach to the green
An approach to the left hand side of the green will avoid bunkers front and right.
Risk and reward! Take on the pond and be left with a short approach for a great chance of birdie, or play safe, avoid the bunkers and make a par!
A drive down the left hand side of the fairway will offer the best approach to the green. An extra club might be the order of the day to reach this elevates green as anything short might end up on the sand!
Accuracy off the tee is the best approach here, stay left of centre to have the best approach. A hidden green needs a confident shot to reach in two. Aiming short and right should be rewarded with a bounce towards the green. Anything too long might end up out of bounds.
Another scenic hole playing to a sheltered green from an elevated tee. Two green-side bunkers are ready to catch anything less than accurate.
A dog-leg around the woodland from a 'feature tee', offering stunning views to the east, there's plenty to get distracted by. A tee shot down the right will give the best view of the green, too far right and you might catch a nasty bunker. An approach shot short and left might be rewarded with a bounce to the green.
Homeward bound! A sweeping dog-leg left to right offers a gentle downhill finish to the clubhouse. Don't be tempted to cut too much off this hole, a large fairway bunker with the fairway slopping towards it, is ready to ruin that score. Stay right......stay safe!