1/10th hole is a mid distance par 4. The drive requires both accuracy and distance. The green is protected on the left by a mound and slopes to the right towards two bunkers.
2/11th is a par 3 of 170 to 190 yards. The green is surrounded by an embankment, two bunkers and has a bowl shaped putting surface.
3/12th hole is a long par 4 for the men and a par 5 for the ladies. It is straight but requires an accurate tee shot. Either side there is a mixture of mature and young trees. The green has a number of borrows and the position of the pin can be vital.
4/13th hole is the most scenic on the course. Par 4 with the men’s tee positioned beside the river and requiring a drive across water. The green is positioned close to a group of trees. Not a hole to slice or pull your shot.
5/14th hole is a short par 3 playing back across the river onto a green with trees bordering both sides.
6/15th hole is again a par 3 measuring 165 yards and playing back to the clubhouse. The green is positioned with the boundary of the club house on your left and a long bunker on the right hand side.
7/16th is a short par 4 playing onto an elevated green guarded by bunkers and trees. The positioning of these requires an elevated approach shot.
8/17th par 4 of some 370 yards. The driving area looks small in width and with a forest on one side and sloping rough on the other; it does require an accurate tee shot. Playing onto a seemingly flat green it is has a number of discreet borrows. Not a green to be conceding putts on.
9/18th hole is a long par 5 playing back to the clubhouse. The second shot is vital playing onto a humpbacked tight fairway. The big green is relatively flat but any pin position at the back of the green can provide an interesting and challenging finish to your round.