A long Par-4 with a bunker guarding the left side of the fairway about 100 m from the green. Green is raised above the level of the fairway and surrounded by three bunkers. A good drive to the right side of the fairway opens up the hole. 
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If playing a draw aim at the far bunker on the right. Long hitters can aim over the deep left fairway bunker. Second shot plays downhill to the green. Make sure you do not hit your drive too long as it will leave you with a downhill lie for the approach. 
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A slight dogleg to the right around a bunker located 100 m from the green. Drive to the left side of the fairway gives an ideal line to the green. As the green is framed by a bunker, aim for the middle of the green with your approach. 
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Short Par-3 with a big green guarded by 3 bunkers. Keep away from the left bunker which is one of the deepest on the course. 
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Out of bounds all the way to the green on the left side of the fairway. Long hitters can take a short cut over the trees to reach the green in two shots, but have to be careful of the bunkers near the green. An easy three shot Par-5. 
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Very narrow landing area with O.O.B on the right, bunker and trees on the left, make this hole a proper three shot Par-5. With a long and sloping green, a par is always a good score on this hole. 
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Longest and hardest Par-4 on the course. Best line for the drive is close to the O.O.B fence on the left of the fairway giving the optimal angle to the green guarded by two large trees on the right side. If you find the fairway, your second shot must be hit low, under the trees. Anything landing short of the green has a chance of rolling onto it. 
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Short dogleg right. Long hitter can go over the bunkers leaving only a pitch to the green. Players who are not so long can aim short of the bunkers as the left side of the fairway gives a much shorter second shot to the green. Beware of the trees on the right. 
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Not very long but a tricky Par-3. Green is rather large but if you miss it, do it on the right or short. A miss on the left leaves a blind uphill pitch. 
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Short Par-5 meandering between the bunkers and the trees turning first right then left. Long hitters can aim over the right fairway bunker for a short second to the green. Beware of the deep bunkers short of the raised green. If you hit over the green you will be pitching to a sharp downhill slope. 
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One of the harder driving holes. Fairway slopes sharply to the right towards the water. Ideal spot to aim is the left fairway bunker with a fade. Beware of the right side of the green, the deepest bunker on the entire course awaits you there. There is some dead ground in front of the green so make sure you have enough club for the second shot.  
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Theoretically the easiest Par-3 on the course with the most difficult green. Make sure you take enough club, especially into the wind, as anything short will roll off the front of the green. The elevated tee gives a good look at the green. 
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The very elevated tee makes this the most interesting driving hole. Ideal place for the tee shot is left part of the fairway as close to the bunkers as possible giving an open shot to this large, two-tiered green. Water on the right of the hole seems to attract a lot of balls. 
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A drive to the left part of the hole opens the green for the downhill the second shot. Be sure to choose a little less club than you think not to go over the green. The steep slope and trees at the back, will ruin any score. 
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The shortest Par-4 on the course but not the easiest. Tee shot is crucial and sometimes it is better to take an iron off the tee. Beware of the left side – water hazard all the way to the green. Better to be in the right fairway bunker or the semirough. On the approach take enough club to hit the middle of the green.  
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Long Par-3 with water left and a bunker and O.O.B on the right of the green. Sometimes it is better to lay up short right and try to get up and down for a par than to go for the green and maybe end up with a double bogey or worse. 
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Basically a three shot Par-5 favoring the left side of the fairway for the tee shot. Long hitters can try to go for the green in two with a blind second shot. Playing it the conservative way, gives a wide landing area for the second shot and an easy third to a big green.  
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An interesting finishing hole giving the long hitters another opportunity to show off and drive the green with a blind tee shot. Playing it the normal way, make sure to chose a club to lay up short of the water leaving roughly 100-120 m for the uphill second shot. Better leave the approach short of the flag as a downhill putt can be very speedy. 
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