|1st Hole||Par 4||361 yds||356 yds||326 yds|
The lake and the road play a big part to this opening hole a drive just left of centre will set up a good approach line but the road and out of bounds awaits a pulled second shot.
|2nd Hole||Par 3||190 yds||160 yds||158 yds|
A long par 3 with out of bounds down the left the green has been generously endowed with bunkers so that the tee-shot must not be off-line if the green is to be reached. A bold stroke is absolutely essential.
|3rd Hole||Par 5||480 yds||475 yds||166 yds|
Course management is the key to this hole, the line for this hole is just right of the fairway bunker the second shot should be a lay up short of the next set of bunkers down the right hand side of the fairway leaving a short iron to this well bunkered green.
|4th Hole||Par 3||133 yds||124 yds||109 yds|
This is a straight forward short par 3, or so it seems! In reality well positioned bunker?s can catch a slightly wayward shot, and a two tier green often accounts for a high number of three putts.
|5th Hole||Par 4||415 yds||410 yds||410 yds|
A long straight drive is required if taking on the green in two as 4 bunkers guard this green with only a narrow gap for the running ball and trouble also lays through the green.
|6th Hole||Par 3||151 yds||146 yds||139 yds|
This par 3 hole over a valley requires an accurate shot to this narrow plateau green which if missed either left or right will provide a challenging recovery.
|7th Hole||Par 4||404 yds||399 yds||307 yds|
The line for the drive is just right of the bushes a ball left will end up in the valley for the big hitters if the second shot is too strong or wayward trouble lies at the back and right- hand side of the green.
|8th Hole||Par 4||266 yds||261 yds||209 yds|
The ball must carry the valley and stream, a ball on the left on the fairway gives a good line in to this sloping green a shot leaving a uphill put will give you a chance of a birdie.
|9th Hole||Par 4||358 yds||320 yds||284 yds|
Driving over the valley on the right side of the fairway will give a good line into this tricky green. Moreover, there is a stretch of “dead ground” in front of the green that is deceptive and makes the hole play longer than it appears.
|10th Hole||Par 5||515 yds||500 yds||436 yds|
Two fairway bunkers are located on the right to catch a pushed drive the best course management on this hole is to lay up short of the second set of fairway bunkers leaving a short iron to the green.
|11th Hole||Par 4||418 yds||413 yds||347 yds|
The lake runs down the left of this hole a drive left of centre of the fairway will set up a good approach but a wayward second shot can find trouble both left and right.
|12th Hole||Par 4||375 yds||370 yds||336 yds|
This hole has a fairway which narrows just at the point where a good drive finishes with a tree in the centre of the fairway thereabouts the placing of the tee-shot is of paramount importance. The large undulating green is slightly elevated, and is protected by bunkers necessitating an accurate second shot.
|13th Hole||Par 3||196 yds||191 yds||149 yds|
The longest of the par-3s demands an arrow-straight tee shot to avoid the bunkers that cluster round the undulating green.
|14th Hole||Par 4||450 yds||445 yds||445 yds|
This long, testing, par 4 demands driver from the tee. If you are able to reach the green, a wood or long iron will be required to find this awkward green, a four here will please even the best of players.
|15th Hole||Par 4||297 yds||292 yds||273 yds|
This very picturesque hole demands respect, offering a birdie opportunity ? but many cards have been wrecked here.
|16th Hole||Par 3||161 yds||156 yds||142 yds|
A par 3 that plays longer than the yardage suggests the green is well bunkered and a par here is a welcome score.
|17th Hole||Par 4||340 yds||335 yds||319 yds|
Dog leg left with out of bounds on the left big hitters may have a go at driving the green but after a good drive a birdie is still no certainty if the ball is caught by one of the greenside bunkers.
|18th Hole||Par 4||416 yds||411 yds||416 yds|
A good finishing hole there is a tendency to push the ball out to the right here and that makes the shot to the green very difficult, a second shot leaving an uphill putt will give you the best chance of finishing with a par.