Course

 

Hole 1

Men 336m Par 4 Stroke 9 Ladies 335m Par 4 Stroke 3 A straightforward par 4 but beware the gully in front of the green. Trees all the way down the right guard the OOB’s. It’s narrow on the left and the rough can be brutal. Over the back is not the place to be.

Hole 5

Men  379m Par 4 Stroke 3

Ladies 379m Par 5 Stroke 13

A slight dogleg right at the markers with trees left and right explains the stroke rating.

Hole 9

Men  327 Par 4 Stroke 5

Ladies  327 Par 4 Stroke 1

The toughest hole for the ladies has a slight dogleg right. OOB’s protects the right but if you go too far left you find the trees. A large pine tree is well placed by the right markers with the big hitters aiming over but bringing in risk and reward. When you get to the newly renovated green you’ll find plenty of curves and slopes.  

Hole 13

Men 380m Par 4 Stroke 2

Ladies 378 Par 5 Stroke 10

A dogleg  right that looks inviting off the tee. However looks can be deceiving hence the stroke rating. 

Hole 17

Men  355m Par 4 Stroke 6

Ladies  308m Par 4 Stroke 6

A narrow fairway that slopes to the OOB’s on the right. A gully that cuts across the fairway and a green that also slopes to the right.

Hole 4

Men 441m Par5 Stroke 11

Ladies 311m Par4 Stroke 9

A big dogleg right with OOB’s all the way to the corner makes this a tricky tee shot. Left is safe but adds distance to the green.

Hole 8

Men  346m Par 4 Stroke 7

Ladies  308m Par 4 Stroke 7

A seemingly easy par 4 that catches people out.  Trees all down the left and a fairway that slopes right towards the OOB’s fence. Add in the large gully in the middle of the fairway and there’s plenty of potential for a big score.

Hole 12

Men  470m Par 5 Stroke 12

Ladies 377m Par 5 Stroke 14

A long and difficult par 5 where the emphasis is on the angled approach to a narrow green.

Hole 16

Men 300m Par 4 Stroke 14

Ladies  299m Par 4 Stroke 8

The big hitters can get on/close to this green. However the Redwood tree on the left and the tree 100m out on the right can get in the way. Combined with the gully in front, the sloping green and trouble over the back, this hole can bite back.

Hole 2

Men 130m Par 3 Stroke 15 Ladies 115m Par 3 Stroke 15 A tougher par 3 than it looks with a sloping green and bunkers left and right. Short is better than long. However, in the winter the gully in front can be filled with water and is a danger.

Hole 6

Men  142m Par 3 Stroke 17

Ladies  142m Par 3 Stroke 17

A straightforward par 3 but stay away from the big trees guarding the front of the green left and right. A narrow green with anything offline falling away to the sides.

Hole 10

Men 380m Par 4 Stroke 4

Ladies  371m Par 5 Stroke 12

Straightforward hole with a big fairway. However,  the trees on the right to protect the OOB’s and seem to attract errand shots.

Hole 14

Men  440m Par 5 Stroke 16

Ladies  311m Par 4 Stroke 4

Straightforward tee shot with a slight dogleg right at the markers. Look out for the big trees on the right 100m out.

Hole 18

Men  302m Par 4 Stroke 10

Ladies 278m Par 4 Stroke 2

A deceptive short par 4 that doglegs right at the markers. OOB ‘s on the right and plenty of trees on the left. One of the bigger greens on the course but with plenty of slopes and curves. Bunkers in front left and right.

Hole 3

Men 410m Par 4 Stroke 1 Ladies 376m Par 5 Stroke 11 The longest par 4 on the course and ranked accordingly. A good drive is important but the correct angle of approach for the 2nd shot is vital. A difficult sloping back to front narrow green. Too long and over the back is trouble.

Hole 7

Men  310m Par 4 Stroke 13

Ladies 310m Par 4 Stroke 5

The long hitters can get  close but look out for the tree 100m out that guards the right hand side. There are trees on the left and a large Redwood tree that  attracts balls and trouble. A gully in front of a sloping green but over the back is not the place to be.

Hole 11

Men  104m Par 3 Stroke 18

Ladies  104m Par 3 Stroke 18

Short hole but the sloping green demands plenty of respect.

Hole 15

Men  170m Par 3 Stroke 8

Ladies 142m Par 3 Stroke 16

The longest par 3 on the course requires an accurate tee shot. A narrow green that slopes off both sides.

Hole 1

Men 336m Par 4 Stroke 9 Ladies 335m Par 4 Stroke 3 A straightforward par 4 but beware the gully in front of the green. Trees all the way down the right guard the OOB’s. It’s narrow on the left and the rough can be brutal. Over the back is not the place to be.

Hole 2

Men 130m Par 3 Stroke 15 Ladies 115m Par 3 Stroke 15 A tougher par 3 than it looks with a sloping green and bunkers left and right. Short is better than long. However, in the winter the gully in front can be filled with water and is a danger.

Hole 3

Men 410m Par 4 Stroke 1 Ladies 376m Par 5 Stroke 11 The longest par 4 on the course and ranked accordingly. A good drive is important but the correct angle of approach for the 2nd shot is vital. A difficult sloping back to front narrow green. Too long and over the back is trouble.

Hole 4

Men 441m Par5 Stroke 11

Ladies 311m Par4 Stroke 9

A big dogleg right with OOB’s all the way to the corner makes this a tricky tee shot. Left is safe but adds distance to the green.

Hole 5

Men  379m Par 4 Stroke 3

Ladies 379m Par 5 Stroke 13

A slight dogleg right at the markers with trees left and right explains the stroke rating.

Hole 6

Men  142m Par 3 Stroke 17

Ladies  142m Par 3 Stroke 17

A straightforward par 3 but stay away from the big trees guarding the front of the green left and right. A narrow green with anything offline falling away to the sides.

Hole 7

Men  310m Par 4 Stroke 13

Ladies 310m Par 4 Stroke 5

The long hitters can get  close but look out for the tree 100m out that guards the right hand side. There are trees on the left and a large Redwood tree that  attracts balls and trouble. A gully in front of a sloping green but over the back is not the place to be.

Hole 8

Men  346m Par 4 Stroke 7

Ladies  308m Par 4 Stroke 7

A seemingly easy par 4 that catches people out.  Trees all down the left and a fairway that slopes right towards the OOB’s fence. Add in the large gully in the middle of the fairway and there’s plenty of potential for a big score.

Hole 9

Men  327 Par 4 Stroke 5

Ladies  327 Par 4 Stroke 1

The toughest hole for the ladies has a slight dogleg right. OOB’s protects the right but if you go too far left you find the trees. A large pine tree is well placed by the right markers with the big hitters aiming over but bringing in risk and reward. When you get to the newly renovated green you’ll find plenty of curves and slopes.  

Hole 10

Men 380m Par 4 Stroke 4

Ladies  371m Par 5 Stroke 12

Straightforward hole with a big fairway. However,  the trees on the right to protect the OOB’s and seem to attract errand shots.

Hole 11

Men  104m Par 3 Stroke 18

Ladies  104m Par 3 Stroke 18

Short hole but the sloping green demands plenty of respect.

Hole 12

Men  470m Par 5 Stroke 12

Ladies 377m Par 5 Stroke 14

A long and difficult par 5 where the emphasis is on the angled approach to a narrow green.

Hole 13

Men 380m Par 4 Stroke 2

Ladies 378 Par 5 Stroke 10

A dogleg  right that looks inviting off the tee. However looks can be deceiving hence the stroke rating.

Hole 14

Men  440m Par 5 Stroke 16

Ladies  311m Par 4 Stroke 4

Straightforward tee shot with a slight dogleg right at the markers. Look out for the big trees on the right 100m out.

Hole 15

Men  170m Par 3 Stroke 8

Ladies 142m Par 3 Stroke 16

The longest par 3 on the course requires an accurate tee shot. A narrow green that slopes off both sides.

Hole 16

Men 300m Par 4 Stroke 14

Ladies  299m Par 4 Stroke 8

The big hitters can get on/close to this green. However the Redwood tree on the left and the tree 100m out on the right can get in the way. Combined with the gully in front, the sloping green and trouble over the back, this hole can bite back.

Hole 17

Men  355m Par 4 Stroke 6

Ladies  308m Par 4 Stroke 6

A narrow fairway that slopes to the OOB’s on the right. A gully that cuts across the fairway and a green that also slopes to the right.

Hole 18

Men  302m Par 4 Stroke 10

Ladies 278m Par 4 Stroke 2

A deceptive short par 4 that doglegs right at the markers. OOB ‘s on the right and plenty of trees on the left. One of the bigger greens on the course but with plenty of slopes and curves. Bunkers in front left and right.