Course Tour

Hole 1: 440m – par 5

A long drive tempts you to go for green in 2. Otherwise, most lay up short and pitch a short iron to a 2 tiered green. Water hazard 20m short of green and bunker front  left.

Hole 2: 128m – par 3

In this hole club selection and accuracy is required to keep the ball between overhanging pines and gums, with 4 bunkers front and right. Very little borrow on green. Water hazard is 10 metres short of green.

Hole 3: 330m – par 4

Uphill dogleg right. Tee shot should be centre-left, leaving mid to long iron to a flat green. No bunkers to worry about.

Hole 4: 387m – par 4

This hole is rated No. 1 and for good reason. Dogleg heading right with large pine trees on right. a small dam on left. followed by a second shot uphill to a flat-ish green protected by bunker front right.

Hole 5: 326m – par 4

Hole 5 is a straight hole. Drive should be centre-right for a mid to long iron to a green with sneaky borrow towards front of green.

Hole 6: 275m – par 4

The hardest “easy” hole on the course. Hole six features a straight tee shot leaves a pitch to a small green that borrows towards left and back of green. protecting the front of the green is a wide bunker located about ten metres short of green.

Hole 7: 442m par 5

Hole seven features a challenging par 5 with requiring a straight tee shot to the centre-right. Anything left off the tee will be blocked out for second shot. Fairway wood for second shot leaves a pitch to a green which slopes severely back to front, protected by greenside bunkers left and right.

Hole 8: 164m par 3

Hole 8 features a downhill par 3 to a large green with little or no borrow. A narrow fairway protected by large pine trees to the left and right. Water hazard 10 metres behind the green.

Hole 9: 305m – par 4

Uphill straight par 4 requiring straight tee shot. Right side of fairway – beware of overhanging gum limbs which can block you out. Second shot is mid to short iron to a relatively flat green protected by bunkers left and right. Green borrows to right side.

Hole 10: 344m – par 4

Difficult par 4 dogleg right. Tee shot should be centre-left leaving a fairway wood or long iron to an elevated green. Minimal borrow on green with no bunker protection.

Hole 11: 268m – par 4

Short par 4 where tee shot is crucial and should be centre-right. Leaving a pitch to a small green protected by a deep bunker front right.

A large overhanging red gum protects green short and left. Small green with severe borrow towards front of green.

Hole 12: 437m – par 5

Challenging par 5 where tee shot is critical. Overhanging pine and gums left and right makes it seem like tee shot is going down a barrel. Water hazard crosses fairway at 250m. Green can be reached in 2 with 2 good shots. No greenside bunkers, but a small dam right of green shouldn’t come into play. Elevated green with minimal borrow.

Hole 13: 177m – par 3

Longer par 3 usually played into prevailing wind. Bunker and mound front right protects the green with OOB 10m past back of green. Minimal borrow on green. Best to miss green short or left.

Hole 14: 333m – par 4

Straight par 4 with water hazard across fairway at 270m. Second shot to a flat green protected by a bunker front left. Green borrows back to front.

Hole 15: 277m – par 4

Signature hole on the course. Short par 4 dogleg right. Tee shot to centre-left leaves a short iron to an elevated green protected by bunkers left and right. Green borrows sharply back to front.

Hole 16: 343m – par 4

Straight par 4 with wide fairway. Beware large gum tree on left. Second shot usually a mid to long iron to a green with no bunkers which borrows sharply back to front. If missing green, left leaves a difficult chip.

Hole 17: 135m – par 3

This hole has destroyed many a good round. Short par 3 with elevated green, bunker front left and bail out area front right. A straight mid iron tee shot should provide a birdie opportunity.

Hole 18: 480m – par 5

Hole 18 is the homeward bound, uphill & straight long par 5. Out of bounds zone on the left and protected by huge pine trees both sides of fairway. Two good shots leave a pitch to a green with no bunkers which borrows sharply back to front.