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Hole 1 / 10

#1  Mens - 456 Meters - Par 5
#1  Ladies - 432 Meters - Par 5

#10 Mens - 432 Meter - Par 5
#10 Ladies - 368 Meter - Par 5

The opening hole requires players to 'shoot straight' and avoid the large trees that line both sides of the fairway.

Pin positioning will be key to the best angle to attacking the flag as the right side of the green is protected by large trees.

Hole 2 / 11

#2  Mens - 139 Meters - Par 3
#2  Ladies - 139 Meters - Par 3

#11 Mens - 155 Meters - Par 3
#11 Ladies - 155 Meters - Par 3

The second is a straight par three that demands an accurate tee shot into a raised green that slopes from back to front. 

 

Any shot wide or long of the target will require a 'lot of talking to', to hold the green and may result in a difficult chip or Texas wedge for a chance to save par.

Hole 3 / 12

#3  Mens - 456 Meters - Par 5
#3  Ladies - 432 Meters - Par 5

#12 Mens - 432 Meter - Par 5
#12 Ladies - 368 Meter - Par 5

The third hole is a dog leg left that follows the line of Rocky Creek.  Take the 'Tiger Line' and draw the ball around the corner, but too far left you've raised the level of the creek.

If you're not a Tiger take a solid iron for safety to the right side of the power pole for a straight approach in.

Hole 4 / 13

#4  Mens - 139 Meters - Par 3
#4  Ladies - 139 Meters - Par 3

#13 Mens - 155 Meters - Par 3
#13 Ladies - 155 Meters - Par 3

This Par 4, fourth hole is the hardest on the course.  A stray tee shot to the left or the right will find trouble in the tall trees or scrub.

The approach to the usually unsighted firm green demands courage - left is out of bounds and too long will require a tricky chip back onto the green that will be difficult to stop.  

Hole 5 / 14

#5  Mens - 456 Meters - Par 5
#5  Ladies - 432 Meters - Par 5

#14 Mens - 432 Meter - Par 5
#14 Ladies - 368 Meter - Par 5

Shot control on the straight downhill 168m par 3 fifth hole is the key.  Long shots leave a tough chip back onto a fast green that slopes back towards the clubhouse.

Attack the green or play it safe short - there will always be plenty of advice from players who have finished their round on the clubhouse balcony.  

Hole 6 / 15

#6  Mens - 139 Meters - Par 3
#6  Ladies - 139 Meters - Par 3

#15 Mens - 155 Meters - Par 3
#15 Ladies - 155 Meters - Par 3

Grip it and Rip It on the 357m Par 4 Hole 6 and send it long down the middle.  Trouble can easily be found in the tall trees on the left or the unsighted water hazzard that is lurking in front of 2/11 tee box.  

Hole 7 / 16

#7  Mens - 456 Meters - Par 5
#7  Ladies - 432 Meters - Par 5

#16 Mens - 432 Meter - Par 5
#16 Ladies - 368 Meter - Par 5

The seventh is the shortest hole on the course, but certainly not the easiest.  The distance can be 'in between' for many players and the postage stamp sized raised green punishes any loose shots that didn't quite make it.  

 

Pretend the water is not there as many a good round has been undone on number 7. 

Hole 8 / 17

#8  Mens - 139 Meters - Par 3
#8  Ladies - 139 Meters - Par 3

#17 Mens - 155 Meters - Par 3
#17 Ladies - 155 Meters - Par 3

The eighth hole runs paraelle with Rock Creek on your right hand side.  

Aim your drive to the left hand side of the lone tree in the fairway for the best approach into the green.

If you're still feeling lilke a Tiger hit your tee shot along the tree line on the right to draw it back into the fairway.

Hole 9 / 18

#9  Mens - 456 Meters - Par 5
#9  Ladies - 432 Meters - Par 5

#18 Mens - 432 Meter - Par 5
#18 Ladies - 368 Meter - Par 5

The longest hole on the course will bring you from the eastern side of the course back towards the clubhouse.  A longe drive down into the gully will ensure that you reeach the green in regulation, however that doesn't always guarantee par - expect some large putts to finish the day on the expansive 9th green.  

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