Hole 1

Pro’s Tip
Big hitters can drive the 1st green, however if you find yourself to the left of the green then you are left with very little green to work with and an extremely hard approach.
Average Golfer
Try to avoid the quarry on the right hand side of the fairway right within driving distance. If you hit the fairway off the tee....you have a shot to the green.

Hole 2

Pro’s Tip
A straight par 4. A good drive will leave you with a wedge or short iron into the green. A miss left or right could block out your approach to the green.
Average Golfer
There are fairway bunkers left and right so miss these and you will have a clear shot to the green.

Hole 3

Pro’s Tip
A long dog leg left par 4. Aim down the middle of the fairway with a touch of draw. This will leave you with a mid iron in to the green. However if you don’t get the drive away correctly then you might not have a shot to the green.
Average Golfer
This is a long tough par 4 and will most probably take 3 shots or more to reach the green. Try to stick to the right hand side of the fairway if you can to avoid- being blocked out by the trees on the left. Take a bogey and move on.

Hole 4

Pro’s Tip
A long iron or hybrid will leave you short of the fairway bunkers which run across the fairway. This will only leave you with short iron in to the green.
Average Golfer
A Driver of the tee will leave you short of the fairway bunkers. A mid to long iron from there should see you to the green. However if you do not get your drive away you have a decision to make....lay up from the fairway bunker or not.

Hole 5

Pro’s Tip
Par 3. You need to hit the green. Bunkers left and right. If you are unsure of what club to hit then club down as a miss short of the green will leave you with an easier chance of an up and down.
Average Golfer
Bunkers left and right. If you are going to miss this green, then short of the green will leave you with an easier chip than if you miss left or right.

Hole 6

Pro’s Tip
Driver Off the tee should leave you a short to mid iron to the green. Out of bounds all down the Left. Try to give yourself an uphill putt as the green slopes from back to front and can be very fast.
Average Golfer
Driver off the Tee. Out of bounds all down the left. Try to give yourself an uphill putt because if your are past the pin then you have an extremely fast putt downhill.

Hole 7

Pro’s Tip
A short par 3 uphill. Correct club selection is key.
Average Golfer
Club Selection is Key. As you will be hitting to a blind green, you need to commit to the shot and be confident with your club selection.

Hole 8

Pro’s Tip
A short dog leg left par 4. A hybrid or fairway wood with a draw off the left hand side of the fairway should see you finish up close to the green. However there are trees left and if you don’t quite get that draw you are looking for then you could run out of fairway. Risk or Reward. A safe play would be a mid iron off the tee which will then leave you with a short iron approach to the green.
Average Golfer
There are trees left and right. If you get your drive away then you should have a clear shot to the green.

Hole 9

Pro’s Tip
A par 3 in which club selection is important. The banking on the right hand side of the green should feed your ball back down to the flag.
Average Golfer
Be confident with your club selection. A miss slightly to the right of the green is not a bad miss as this should allow the ball to feed back off the banking back on to the green. Try to avoid the bunker to the left of the green.

Hole 10

Pro’s Tip
A par 5 which is reachable in two for big hitters. There is danger all down the left so keep the ball to the right if you can as everything feeds down from the right.
Average Golfer
Danger all down the left so keep the ball to the right if you can. There is an alignment pole in the middle of the fairway to help you. The hole slopes downhill from the pole.

Hole 11

Pro’s Tip
A Par 4. There is out of bounds down the left hand side but plenty of room to the right. A good drive off the tee should leave you with a short to mid iron to the green. Your approach shot is uphill so club up.
Average Golfer
A driver off the tee but don’t go left! Make sure you have plenty of club for you approach to the green as you will be hitting uphill. If you land short of the green you could find yourself a long way short!

Hole 12

Pro’s Tip
A downhill par 3 with water to the right of the green. You may have to hit one club less due to the severity of the slope.
Average Golfer
There is water to the right of the green so stay away! You may have to hit one club less due to the severity of the slope.

Hole 13

Pro’s Tip
A Long dog leg left par 4. This hole leaves no other option for big hitters other than to hit a long iron or hybrid off the tee because you will run out of fairway if you hit a driver off the tee. You will be faced with a long uphill second shot to the green.
Average Golfer
A long dog leg left par 4. Have your fairway wood ready. Danger on the left.

Hole 14

Pro’s Tip
An uphill par 3. You will need to club up due to the severity of the slope.
Average Golfer
An uphill par 3. You will need to club up due to the severity of the slope. There is danger on the left.

Hole 15

Pro’s Tip
A Par 5 which is very reachable in two. Beware that the hole slopes from left to right so a tee shot down the left-hand side of the fairway should leave you in a perfect position for you approach to the green. Danger left and right.
Average Golfer
Use the marker post which is placed in the middle of the fairway to help with your alignment off the tee. There is danger left and right. Remember the hole slopes from left to right.

Hole 16

Pro’s Tip
Enjoy the incredible views from the tee. This is a downhill par 4 which requires a mid to long iron off the tee ideally left hand side of the fairway. This will put you in a good position for your second shot. A driver is too risky.
Average Golfer
There is danger all down the left hand side. When hitting your approach to the green, you do not want to miss short left as you will find yourself in the water.

Hole 17

Pro’s Tip
A long dog leg right par 4 with a quarry to the right-hand side of the fairway within driving distance from the tee. A safe play would be a hybrid off the tee to allow you to avoid the quarry. There are also trees on the right so a miss here will leave you no shot to the green.
Average Golfer
A long par 4 deserving its stroke index of 1. Keeping your ball on the fairway is key to avoid being blocked out by any trees. A driver off the tee down the left-hand side will give you a wider second shot. With danger down the left you will almost certainly find yourself using your fairway wood on this hole!

Hole 18

Pro’s Tip
A short Par 3. There are bunkers surrounding the green. However you will be hitting a short iron to the green so these bunkers shouldn’t worry you too much.
Average Golfer
A short par 3 with bunkers surrounding the green. If you are going to miss the green then a miss short is better than long. A miss left or right will leave you with an extremely tough chip.