A par 5 to start the round, a good drive to the centre or slightly left side of the fairway is the best line of attack.
If the pin is on the top level of the tiered green an accurate shot into the green is required.
You may have a tricky putt especially if you have to negotiate the slope.
Accuracy and club selection are key points on this hole.
There are bunkers at front left and right, and a bunker at the rear of the green.
Only the stongest of players will make the green in two !
A ditch comes into play on your second shot, a tiered green can leave a tricky putt.
The first of the two new holes opened for play in 2007
A good drive will leave an iron to the green. Beware this green is fast and a loose shot will go through the green.
Some subtle breaks depending on pin position.
The second of the two new holes opened in 2007
A difficult drive as trees obstruct the “Tiger Line” and a well placed drive is required to set up your approach shot
The green is wide but narrow and guarded on both sides by bunkers.
A dog leg hole to the right. The green can be driven by the longer hitters.
A drive to the marker post will leave a short iron to the green. A bunker front right and left of the centre of the green will gather inaccurate shots.
Accuracy and distance are required here to make par. Bunkers left and right will severely test your bunker play with steep faced walls.
A challenging hole regardless of conditions
A drive across a ravine from an elevated Tee will leave an iron to the green.
The green has a narrow approach and steep slopes to kidney shaped bunkers either side of the green.
The second par 5 on the course with out of bounds along the left, and some bunkering along the right.
The green has bunkers to the left and right.
This is a short par 4 and can be driven. A ditch comes into play and bunkers left and right guard the green.
The green is tiered and with subtle breaks, make up for lack of distance.
A straight forward hole but beware of bunkers left and right, as they will gather any wayward shots.
Club selection is key to success on this hole.
A long par 4 where only the strongest will make the green in regulation.
With the wind nearly always against it plays even longer than the card.
A par is always welcome here.
A good drive to a central position will set you up a shot to the green.
A ditch comes into play on your second shot, bunkers left and right guard the green.
A green with many slopes will test your putting skills
A drive to a central position will leave an iron to the green.
Bunkers on both sides will penalise any inaccuracy on the approach shot.
Again the putting surface has slopes to consider.
Two good shots are required to give you a chance of making the green in regulation.
Many a player has tried for the green and hit the Pond instead. Hold your nerve to get your Par.
A drive towards the marker post will leave an iron to the green.
Bunkers left and right to guard the green
A dog leg to the right a good drive is required to to leave a shot to the green.
The fairway narrows on the approach so an accurate stroke is required to reach the green.
An excellent view from the Tee position reveals all before you.
A good drive and iron to reach a large green for the final hole to finish the round.