Hole 1

Hole 1

This downhill hole which doglegs to the left should not pose too much of a problem. Fairway bunkers on the left traps the wayward shots. The medium sized green is guarded bunkers on the right and left. Choice of the club for the approach shot is important because beyond the green is the lake.
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Par - 4
Index - 11
Blue - 379 yards
White - 361 yards
Yellow - 348 yards
Red - 316 yards

Hole 2

Hole 2

For the short hitters, this may be a nerve-wrecking hole (Index 1) with lots of water to negotiate, though the fairway is generous. The tee-shot has to clear some 80 yards of water after which another stretch of water awaits hungrily in front of the green which slopes from back to front.
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Par - 5
Index - 1
Blue - 541 yards
White - 533 yards
Yellow - 526 yards
Red - 515 yards

Hole 3

Hole 3

A gentle dogleg curving around trees with a water hazard running along the left side of the tee box until a point where it cuts across the fairway near the approach to the green. The key is to either play short or attack across the water hazard.
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Par - 4
Index - 5
Blue - 376 yards
White - 350 yards
Yellow - 342 yards
Red - 316 yards

Hole 4

Hole 4

The fairway features OB on the left and right. It's a tough uphill hole where accuracy is at its premium. The green features a slight slope which could be tricky. One of the holes which is without a bunker.
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Par - 4
Index - 3
Blue - 417 yards
White - 405 yards
Yellow - 352 yards
Red - 341 yards

Hole 5

Hole 5

The green is elevated with only the pin visible from the tee. A rather straight affair with three bunkers surrounding the green.
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Par - 3
Index - 17
Blue - 162 yards
White - 153 yards
Yellow - 146 yards
Red - 139 yards

Hole 6

Hole 6

Doglegs to the right with a sand trap positioned at 220 yards to the right at the wide fairways. The main feature of this hole are two big sand bunkers guarding the right side of the two tiered green. A possible birdie hole for the long hitters.
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Par - 5
Index - 9
Blue - 556 yards
White - 526 yards
Yellow - 508 yards
Red - 487 yards

Hole 7

Hole 7

Straight as an arrow but cross winds can spoil a good card here. Two bunkers guard the green.
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Par - 3
Index - 13
Blue - 203 yards
White - 194 yards
Yellow - 172 yards
Red - 153 yards

Hole 8

Hole 8

Dog legs slightly to the right with water running parallel on the right from tee to green. A fairway bunker and green-side bunker on the left await errant shots. The green is big and flat.
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Par - 4
Index - 15
Blue - 339 yards
White - 312 yards
Yellow - 300 yards
Red - 274 yards

Hole 9

Hole 9

Hole 10

Hole 10

The green is shaped in a unique figure eight. A fairway bunker lies on the left at 200 yards from the tee-box while two bunkers guard the green. Clubbing must be correct for the approach shot as a large pond resides at the back of the green.
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Par - 4
Index - 4
Blue - 422 yards
White - 408 yards
Yellow - 394 yards
Red - 379 yards

Hole 11

Hole 11

Water runs along the left of the hole from the back tee up to 200 yards. Those who tend to hook will face problems. The green is elevated and only the pin is visible from the approach. Bunkers abound on the right, left and back of the green.
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Par - 4
Index - 14
Blue - 345 yards
White - 315 yards
Yellow - 298 yards
Red - 276 yards

Hole 12

Hole 12

Doglegs at a right angle. A drive that strays too far to the left will land in the bunkers. Placement of the tee shot is critical here. The fairway is undulating, leading to a very narrow green, guarded by two sand bunkers.
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Par - 5
Index - 6
Blue - 525 yards
White - 505 yards
Yellow - 489 yards
Red - 473 yards

Hole 13

Hole 13

A long uphill hole with an elevated green not visible from the tee. The two-tiered, oval-shaped green is guarded by two bunkers at the back and one on the front left. Strong winds can play havoc here.
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Par - 3
Index - 8
Blue - 180 yards
White - 172 yards
Yellow - 159 yards
Red - 122 yards

Hole 14

Hole 14

This hole plays downhill. Although it looks easy and receptive. It usually poses a big challenge for the low handicapper to reach in two. Precaution must be taken when approaching the large water hazard situated some 60 yards before the green. Three sand bunkers surround the two tiered green.
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Par - 5
Index - 2
Blue - 550 yards
White - 533 yards
Yellow - 512 yards
Red - 485 yards

Hole 15

Hole 15

Doglegs to the right. One of the easy holes on the course with a flat green that should not pose major putting problems. The green is surrounded by bunkers.
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Par - 4
Index - 16
Blue - 366 yards
White - 342 yards
Yellow - 311 yards
Red - 286 yards

Hole 16

Hole 16

This hole has a narrow fairway and the green is encircled by water on three sides. Right choice of club is essential here.
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Par - 3
Index - 18
Blue - 182 yards
White - 174 yards
Yellow - 163 yards
Red - 155 yards

Hole 17

Hole 17

This hole features a dogleg to the left. A drive of good length should reach a spot on the high ground which presents the player with a clear view of this target. The big, beautiful green is guarded by two sand traps.
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Par - 4
Index - 12
Blue - 376 yards
White - 366 yards
Yellow - 357 yards
Red - 340 yards

Hole 18

Hole 18

The tee shot presents a challenge for accurate driving with the presence of water hazards. There are yawning sand traps on the right which are not particularly menacing unless the shot is sliced violently. The fairway ascends towards the narrow, two tiered green, which is well guarded by bunkers.
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Par - 4
Index - 10
Blue - 366 yards
White - 344 yards
Yellow - 331 yards
Red - 312 yards