Course Layout

Our golf course layout is a testament to the artistry of golf course architecture, seamlessly blending with the surrounding environment to create a harmonious and visually captivating experience. Carefully crafted fairways wind their way through lush greenery, while strategically placed bunkers and water hazards demand precise shot placement and strategic decision-making. Each hole presents a unique set of challenges, providing a dynamic and engaging game for golfers of every level.


A short dogleg Par 4 to the left so take care when selecting the club for the opening shot or you will risk running out of fairway. The drive should be directed down the right hand side of the fairway, avoiding the bunkers on the left.

2nd Hole

A Par 4 of around 374 meters all uphill. It is a wide open drive with just a couple of bunkers to watch out for, but the deal drive is up the right-hand side leaving a mid to long iron for most golfers into the well-protected, two-tiered green.


It is important that your shot is not long because a jungle of trees lies not far off the back edge of the green. When played sensibly, this hole offers a great birdie chance.

4TH Hole

The green is very wide and even though you may have hit the green, you may still have a 15-metre putt. Par 3 is an achievable goal for most golfers on this hole.


A long dogleg uphill to the right. Water guards the right and a creek guards the left making the drive most important. Ideally, a shot down the right centre of fairway will give you the best chance of reaching the green with your second shot.

For all golfers, the second shot will be played with a long iron or fairway wood. For high handicappers, the best play is a drive followed by a mid iron and then a chip on the green giving yourself a chance of par, but a bogey on this hole is a worthy score.

6TH Hole

The 6th is a mid-length Par 4 with fairway bunkers guarding the right and rough down the left. The ideal shot is a long iron/fairway wood to level part of the fairway to leave yourself the easiest shot into the green. Bunkers guard the green to the left so the ideal shot would be to play to the centre of this green, below the hole is possible, to give yourself the easiest putt possible.


A long Par 4 with a fairway that drops away from you on the right towards trees. The ideal line is down the left to let the natural contours bring the ball back to the centre of the fairway.From there, you have a long second shot with a mid to long iron to the green, making sure you avoid the bunkers on the right of the green.

8TH Hole

A great Par 3, the 8th is surrounded by bunkers making club selection very important. Most golfers will require a mid iron and should choose plenty of club as most of the trouble is in front of this smallish green.


The 9th is guarded by OOB and bunkers on the right, and trees down the left-hand side making the tee shot very important. The best line is down the left to open the hole up and give the longer hitters a chance at the green. Most golfers should lay up though with a mid to long iron to leave a full third shot into this very large green. A birdie chance for most golfers.

10TH Hole

A medium length Par 4 of 369 metres. It is a wide-open fairway for your drive off the tee but there is the danger of trees on the left, which may block your second shot to the green. Ideally, your drive will finish left of centre leaving you a mid to long iron for the second stroke on the green, but beware of the large trap at short right. A par is a good score on this hole, which will generally play long into prevailing winds.


The right hand side of the fairway is lined with bunkers stretching for more than 60 metres. A very difficult driving hole and you will risk wind pushing your ball towards the bunkers and out of bounds. A good drive up the left will leave a mid iron on to the large green, which is set down in a hollow and guarded on the right by a very steep drop off to heavy rough.

12TH Hole

Regarded as the easiest hole on the course, the 12th will continue to be underestimated because it is only 299 metres long. The ideal play would be a long run/fairway wood followed by a short iron on to the green, which has been enlarged during the reconstruction. Be careful though, because the green falls away at the back and balls could roll off down the steep embankment.


A long, straight Par 4, with a fairway bunker on the left for long hitters to be wary of. Care should be taken not to drift right as the hole drops off severely towards trees, making par very difficult. Your second shot will look considerably shorter than you think because bunkers short of the green have the effect of making the green look closer.

14TH Hole

A long Par 4 that will play into the wind on most days, the 14th is a very difficult driving hole with water and trees down the left-hand side and the odd angle of the fairway working together to make it look more difficult. The ideal line is down the right, as the fall of the fairway will feed the ball to the left. The second shot is generally played with a long iron or fairway wood to a large green guarded by bunkers on the left.


The 15th requires a water carry of more than 100 metres to a large green that is well guarded in the front by a large bunker, which will probably catch a lot of players. The green is relatively flat but very wide, so you may be faced with a long putt.

16TH Hole

The 16th is a tight hole with water all the way down the left and cross bunkers in the fairway at around the 180 metre mark. The second shot will need a fairway wood as it is all uphill to the green. The third shot will need to come in high to stop as the green falls away from you.


A long Par 3 of over 180 metres that traditionally plays into a prevailing wind. The higher handicappers should hit a mid iron short of the bunkers and a chip on to give them the best chance of par while good golfers will need to make sure they use plenty of club as the length is very deceiving. A bogey on this hole should be regarded as a par for most golfers.

18TH Hole

The final hole is a short Par 4 which, down wind, some golfers may be able to get close to with a well-timed drive. The ideal play is a long iron down the right hand side of the fairway leaving a full short iron into the large well protected green. A bunker around 15 metres short of the green will make the hole look shorter than it is, so think carefully about club selection. After a short second shot, you should have a birdie putt.

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