A testing opener requires a tee shot to the corner, leaving a mid-iron to a green surrounded by bunkers. Some may like to gamble with a longer tee shot over a tree-lined corner.
A short par four requires an accurate tee shot, leaving a pitch into a well-guarded green.
A short par four with Silvermine Stream (and out-of- bounds) running down the left. An shot or fairway wood leaves a short iron into a flat green.
A testing par four. The drive is crucial with Silvermine Stream down the left. A challenging second where yardage is important as the green is surrounded by water.
An easy tee shot down an open fairway leaves an interesting second to a green that slopes away. Beware of the hidden water hazard down the right side, short of the green.
A semi-blind tee shot into a tricky green. Better played by the right hand side.
One of the longer par fours, demanding a right to left tee shot to leave a mid to long iron to a green protected by bunkers.
The longest par three, a two-tier demands a good iron shot.
The longest hitters may make it up in two. Demands accuracy and good judgment around the green. The most difficult on the course.
A challenging par five with a dog-leg left. Some may take on the corner and leave a mid iron in. A deep two-tier green will challenge your distance control.
This shorter par three requires a well-judged short iron into a deep flat green.
A straight-away par four. Straight forward tee shot. Keep left into a well-bunkered green.
A straight tee shot sets up a mid to short iron into a long green. Club selection is critical.
A tight par four Requires accuracy off the tee, leaving a pitch in. The longer hitters may take the green on, at their peril.
The tee shot is crucial. Long down the left to avoid the water hazard on the right, and baves an easy approach to an open green.
A tight par three Mid to short iron. Pin placements can make the approach tough.
The longest, toughest par four on the course requires an accurate tee shot down the right leaving a very long second into a well-guarded green. Avoid the water hazard on the right of the green.
An straight tee shot sets up a pitch into a raised green. Slightly off-line drives will end up in bunkers left and right of the fairway. Judgment of the approach is critical.