Pro's Tip - A good drive right of centre which will bounce to the left and leave a good angle for a lay-up to the right of the fairway bunker. If going for the green make sure to keep your approach shot to the left side as you can get a handy bounce back towards the green and the left hand bunker is a easier option than the right hand bunker.
Pro's Tip - A tee shot of between 170-200 right of centre will leave you a great opportunity to hit this tricky green. Make sure to land the ball at the front of the green as the green runs away to the back very quickly.
Pro's Tip - Don’t try to hit your tee shot too hard on this long par 4 as the tee shot runs down to a flat spot once you get over the brow of the hill. Make sure to keep you second shot to the right of centre of the green as green kicks left.
Pro's Tip - Make sure to club up on this tempting par 3 but be sure to concentrate once on the green as is deceptively tricky.
Pro's Tip - A drive positioned to the left of centre will give you a good lay-up over the ditch but short of the fairway bunker. Attacking the green then you should keep your approach to the left as it bounces viciously to the right.
Pro's Tip - Toughest hole on the course due to being long and all up hill. Keep the drive to the right of centre and then make sure to keep the lay-up left away from the fairway bunker and club up on this long green as it plays up hill a lot more than you think.
Pro's Tip - Good drive to the left gives you the best option to steer and second shot between the bunkers and onto this tricky green. Make sure to club up at least one club.
Pro's Tip - A good tee shot to the left will bounce to the right of centre to enable you to hit your approach shot to the leftside of the green. Short and left is not a bad place to leave your second shot.
Pro's Tip - A very tough par 3 which plays an extra club uphill even though it doesn’t look like it. Make sure to play right of centre as kicks left on the first bounce.
Pro's Tip - Don’t have to hit driver off the tee as all runs down to a flat spot just past the pond on the right. Now make sure to place your second shot away from the hidden fairway bunker over the hill which will leave you a shot that plays shorter than the yardage but needs to be accurate between the 2 bunkers.
Pro's Tip - One of the best Par 3’s you will play. Keep your tee shot to right of centre and try to get the correct section of the green as the green is very long.
Pro's Tip - Tough short hole. Hit enough club off the tee to get past the corner so you can attack this green. Hit enough club to get up to the front of the green and try to 2 putt on this very tough green.
Pro's Tip - Tough tee shot but make sure to commit to hitting it at the marker post. Keep your second shot to the right so it runs into the middle of the fairway to give an easy approach to a big and long green.
Pro's Tip - A challenging Par 4. Make sure to keep your drive left away from the fairway bunker. Now keep your second shot on the left side of the green as it is an easier chip and putt from this side.
Pro's Tip - Not as easy as it looks so make sure to commit and hit the middle of the green.
Pro's Tip - The ideal tee shot is to the left of the marker post which will leave you a challenging second shot where I would say to club up and stay left.
Pro's Tip - The drive should be played at the marker in the tees and aiming to land around 180-200 off the tee and allow the ball to roll down onto this very challenge par 3 green.
Pro's Tip - Take a deep breathe and keep your drive left of centre. Once to the top of the hill take a moment to catch your breathe before hitting your second shot at the left side of the green or lay-up short of the ditch.