Hole by hole, continued 10 - 18

No. 10. Another straight, narrow fairway but long hitters beware of two pot bunkers on left side. Everyone beware of out-of- bounds on the right. No bunkers at the green but it slopes steeply at the front. A firm shot to the flag is necessary.

No. 11. Par 3 to an elevated green with bunkers left and right. The 'valley' in front of the green can catch players and on the right there is thick rough and out of bounds to penalise a bad 'slice'. The wind direction and strength can also make it very tricky.

No. 12. Two good shots, or more, on this long par 4, are required to hit a large green. Trees can come into play both left and right and there is a small bunker at the back left of the green. The green has two distinct levels to contend with.

No. 13. This is the longest hole on the course. It is a dog-leg right with a wide, two level fairway to a large sloping green protected by a bunker front left and one on the right. This green provides some very difficult pin positions which are a real test of your putting skill.

No. 14.  Another good par 3 well protected by three bunkers. The green is long and quite narrow so it is important to hit the right line. Here again the wind can cause problems, especially with the steep slopes on both sides of the green.


No. 15. The undulating fairway on this par 4 can make your drive finish in some tricky places, including out of bounds along the left. The green has two bunkers on the left and one on the right. But this is a good hole to par.


No. 16. A wonderful par 3 – sometimes described as our “Signature Hole”. A large green surrounded by four bunkers. An accurate tee shot can give you a chance of a birdie but beware of the front bunkers – they are steep!


No. 17.  This is a long par 4 – especially if an easterly wind is blowing. Narrow initially but opening up to a good wide fairway.Trees right and left can cause problems with stray shots. One bunker at the right front of a large green.


No. 18. A slight dog-leg left is the last hole – par 4. A ridge runs across the fairway with a large bunker on the left waiting for an off-line drive. Another large green sloping back to front with bunkers left and right. Finishing with two putts will be a good end to your round!