Hole 1

 
Par 3   Men Metres 187    Ladies Metres 182
A difficult Par 3 requiring an accurate Tee Shot. Anything left or right catches trees. A Par is a great start. This hole is notorious for recording more bogey’s than Par’s.

Hole 2

Hole 2  
Par 5   Men Metres 475    Ladies  Metres 398
A  solid Par 5 that requires a Tee Shot of approximately 250 metres that opens up the slight dog leg making the second shot of a long iron or 3 wood for your second shot to the Green which has “dead” ground for the last 30 metres.   

Hole 3

Hole 3 
Par 4   Men Metres 395    Ladies  Metres 305
One if not the most difficult Par 4’s on the course as the hole shapes from right to left and the fairway is well protected by large trees and any Tee shot going left makes Par extremely difficult. The approach shot requires accuracy to a small Green that slopes from back to front and has undulation.

Hole 4

Hole 4 
Par 3   Men Metres 136   Ladies  Metres 128
The shortest of the Par 3’s with a back to front sloping Green. Anything long and you pay the penalty. Pin placements are crucial to it’s difficulty.
 

Hole 5

Hole 5 
Par 4  Men Metres 357  Ladies  Metres 306
A great Par 4 with out of bounds down the left and large Pine trees on the right. The ideal Tee shot is left of centre and again the Green slopes Back to Front and the right. It is critical to stay under the Hole.
 

Hole 6

Hole 6 
Par 3  Men Metres 151  Ladies  Metres 120
Another testing Par 3 that is uphill – players only see the front of the Green and a Tee shot Left is trouble. Once again the Green runs from Back to Front but also to the Right.

Hole 7

Hole 7 
Par 5  Men Metres 480  Ladies  Metres 445
A long Par 5 and it is essential to get a good drive into play. A definite “Birdie” is on the cards but if the wind is out of the North East or West a bogey is on the cards. Out of bounds is all the way down the Left hand side and large trees protect the right hand side. A hole that in major events has averaged over Par.

Hole 8

Hole 8 
Par 4 / 5 Men    Metres 398  Ladies  Metres 394
The No. 1 rated Hole on the course. A sliced or hooked tee shot will usually result in tree trouble on this hole and will almost guarantee bogey or worse.

Hole 9

Hole 9 
Par 4  Men Metres 348  Ladies  Metres 312
The sleeping giant of the Par 4’s. The ideal Tee shot is a slight draw and the second shot must be accurate and be below the hole on a tiered Green with plenty of slope. If your shot hits the tier Par becomes hard.
 

Hole 10

Hole 10
Par 4  Men Metres 357  Ladies  Metres 327
A dog leg left at 200 metres with out of bounds on the left ensures that you require an accurate Tee shot and once again the Green slopes from Back to Front and to the right making your approach shot critical.
 

Hole 11

Hole 11
Par 3  Men  Metres 147  Ladies   Metres 132
The only Green that is protected by Sand Bunkers and the Hole also has a Grass Bunker on the Right. A true Par 3 that rewards the good Tee shot and can be extremely difficult if the pin is at the front.
 

Hole 12

Hole 12
Par 4  Men Metres 351  Ladies  Metres 300
Out of Bounds down the left and a bunch of trees on the right at the 200 metre mark are the major obstacles that should see your drive leaving you a short iron to another sloping Green. Anything above the Hole is a problem whilst if you are under the hole a “birdie” is on the cards.

Hole 13

Hole 13
Par 5  Men Metres 500  Ladies  Metres 439
A long Par 5 that needs two great shots to get home but the safe way is a good drive and second shot leaving a short iron to one of the largest greens on the course. A Birdie is always on the cards.
 

Hole 14

Hole 14
Par 4  Men Metres 360  Ladies  Metres 296
Any drive not on the fairway spells trouble with the second shot to one of the hardest Greens on the course. Walk away with a Par and feel happy. The fairway has plenty of trees on both sides of the fairway with a Green that undulates to the railway line.
 

Hole 15

Hole 15
Par 3  Men Metres 160  Ladies  Metres 122
The hardest Par 3 on the course, miss the Green on the right and a bogey is on the cards. Players cannot see the Putting surface from the Tee on a Hole that plays longer than it actually is.

Hole 16

Hole 16
Par 5  Men Metres 522  Ladies  Metres 458
The longest Par 5 on the course with trees down both sides it ensures that shots must remain on the fairway. A good second shot gives players a look at the Green while anything short of the crest means you a playing a blind third shot. Water at the back of the Green that slopes from back to front.
 

Hole 17

Hole 17
Par 4 / 5 Men    Metres 392  Ladies  Metres 379
A long Par 4 that doglegs to the right at 120 metres and the dogleg is protected by large trees. The ideal shot is to challenge the trees and if successful it leaves you a shot from approximately 130 to 150 metres to a Green that is protected on both sides of the Green by Grass bunkers.

Hole 18

Hole 18   
Par 4  Men Metres 263  Ladies  Metres 223
A short Par 4 which is driveable however the Hole is uphill from Tee to Green and the safety shot is to leave yourself a short iron to the Green. A birdie is always on the cards.

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