Hole 1 – Par 4 Stroke 12

309 m   299 m    295 m   269 m

A gentle opening hole that should yield birdies. The drive is the most demanding shot on this hole, so concentrate on keeping it straight to leave yourself about 100m from the green. Attack the pin! Straightforward birdie opportunities will be few and far between for the rest of your round.

Hole 2 – Par 4 Stroke 10

427 m   419 m    398 m   371 m

This par 4 is very long. The fairway is wide so you can go for a big drive to give yourself a chance of reaching the green in two. Be prepared to make a pitch and putt par though.

Hole 3 – Par 3 Stroke 16

190 m   173 m    129 m   121 m

A long par 3 where you will need a good shot to hit the green. The easiest chip up to the pin is from short of the green so don’t overextend yourself trying to get there, swing easy and keep it straight! The entrance to the green is wide open so any straight shot could roll up onto the putting surface. Watch out if the wind is blowing towards the river!

Hole 4 – Par 4 Stroke 2

413 m   386 m    363 m   356 m

The driver is key on this long par 4 so go for a big drive. The green has a steep slope guarding the front so it will be difficult to hit and hold from a long way out. Watch out for the water to the right of the green, it’s not that far away.

Hole 5 – Par 3 Stroke 18

201 m   181 m    178 m   165 m

Don’t be discouraged if you miss the green on this very long par 3. Be prepared to chip and putt. If you do miss the green try to miss it short and straight as that leaves the easiest chip up to the pin.

Hole 6 – Par 5 Stroke 6

502 m   476 m    448 m   422 m

The most difficult aspect of this par 5 is the slope up to the green. Take at least two clubs extra to make sure you get your ball up the hill and onto the green. Watch out if the pin is at the back because the green has a severe slope between its two levels, if you’re short you’ll have a tough time getting down in two.

Hole 7 – Par 4 Stroke 8

384 m   370 m    346 m   320 m

This par 4 should be something of a respite after the tough preceding holes. But don’t be fooled, a poor drive could leave you with serious problems. If you have the length try to drive it over the trees on the right to leave yourself a short iron to the green. If not hit it towards the bunkers on the left, you shouldn’t have much more than a mid-iron to the green from there.

Hole 8 – Par 4 Stroke 14

388 m   355 m    331 m   319 m

Try to make sure you hit your drive down the right side of the fairway on this par 4. Your approach to the green will be much easier from that side. The fairway is wide so you can afford to attack on this relatively straightforward hole.

Hole 9 – Par 5 Stroke 4

560 m   529 m    506 m   483 m

You’ll need two solid shots to get within range to attack the pin on this long, tough par 5. Don’t try to cut too much off the corner on your second shot, the risk isn’t worth the reward. You can be satisfied with a mid-iron for your third shot.


3374 m   3.188 m    2.994 m   2.826 m