A picturesque short par 5 starts the round and leads through to the
2nd with an uphill approach that always requires an extra club
selection than first thought.
The par 4 fourth is stroke index one and requires a solidly hit
downhill second shot to hold the ball on the green. After a tricky
par 3 the 6th gives you the choice of either laying up short or
hitting over a strategically placed pond.
On 7 the big gun is required off the tee to get you in range of the
green for two on this par 4.
The 10th requires a tee shot over two well placed trees to make the
approach shot to the green easier and the 12th is a lovely driving
hole again with an uphill approach to a difficult green.
The 15th needs a well placed tee shot and a long iron to a green
that can be extremely hard depending on the pin position.
16 is a reachable par 5 that has a water hazard and requires your
second shot to thread the eye of a needle if going for the
The 18th is a lovely finishing hole uphill where a well placed
drive is required to give you a shot to the green which requires
accurate club selection.