HOLE 1
Par: 4

Stroke Index: 17

Width of green: 

Length of green: 30m

Pro Tip
The best position to place your tee shot is on the upper left plateau of this split level fairway with the long left fairway bunker as the target. A second shot from the low right has a limited view of the long, undulating green surface protected on the right by a deep pot bunker. Depending on hole location, the safest play into the green is to the left.
HOLE 2
Par: 3

Stroke Index: 15

Width of green: 

Extensão do green: 35m

Pro Tip
From the elevated tees, players have a good view of the sandy waste area that crosses in front of the green and borders the entire right side. There will be a constant ‘swirl’ influencing the tee shot. The green is large and fair with lows on both the left and right to catch wayward shots.
HOLE 3
Par: 4

Stroke Index: 1

Width of green: 

Length of green: 26m

Pro Tip
Try and place the tee shot down the centre so the left to right slope kicks the ball to the right. Too far left and the large sand dune will block the view of the green. The small green is flanked by water on the right and a large sand dune and bunkers on the left.
HOLE 4
Par: 4

Stroke Index: 5

Width of green: 

Length of green: 31m

Pro Tip
The right and higher side of the fairway is the preferred tee position that offers the best view of the green. The narrow green is shaped on top of several low lying natural mounds. The green is crowned with large collection areas on three sides of the ridge bisecting the putting surface. This will determine the shape of the second shot.
HOLE 5
Par: 3

Stroke Index: 7

Width of green: 

Length of green: 34m

Pro Tip
The long green is a redan style, sloping front to back. There’s more room in front and on the right of the green. The large deep bunkers on the left are to be avoided.
HOLE 6
Par: 5

Stroke Index: 11

Width of green: 

Length of green: 30m

Pro Tip
Place your tee shot in the centre of the fairway, avoiding the right where the large dunes will block your second shot. The second landing area is wide but the best approach to the green is from the centre. For the best access to the green, aim the second shot to the flat open approach slightly left of the bunker guarding the right front.
HOLE 7
Par: 5

Stroke Index: 3

Width of green: 

Length of green: 30m

Pro Tip
The tee shot should be right of centre to avoid the large sand dunes on the left. The second landing area is on the high ground leading to the green between a series of lower valleys. Although the approach is wide, execute the shot carefully avoiding the ‘kicks’ off the green to the left or right.
HOLE 8
Par: 4

Stroke Index: 13

Width of green: 

Length of green: 26m

Pro Tip
This is a strong dog-leg left with the fairway almost perpendicular to the line of flight. Tee shots played to the right will find a receptive fairway but a longer shot into the green. When the prevailing wind is down, long hitters may gain an advantage by taking a line down the left toward the fairway bunker on that side. The green is on the crest of a ridge with a drop off on the right.
HOLE 9
Par: 4

Stroke Index: 9

Width of green: 

Length of green: 27m

Pro Tip
The safe play is to hit your tee shot to the elevated landing area and then hit a lofted club into the wide open green complex. The green falls off hard right to left so it is best to keep your ball below the pin.