This par three will require correct club selection and needs to be struck as it is all carry to a green which slopes from right to left and front to back. Take time to enjoy the scenery as the backdrop to this hole is the mountains and slopes contouring down and is capped off with the huge pond that runs up to the green
Downhill tee shot with a bunker on the right hand, water hazard cuts across the fairway at the 320 meters mark. A water hazard to the left of the green and bunkers to the right are to be negotiated when hitting into this green. The surface is always one of the hardest to stop the ball on and this needs to be factored into your game plan.
Par four with a damn on the right side where the drives land and a creek meander all the way up the left of the fairway. The water hazard then cuts across in front of the green and continues to run around the back of the green. Bunkers flank the green and there is a steep slope from to back with a slight tier to make putting when faced with downhill positions.
Long par five with a dogleg to the right and out of bounds down the right side of the fairway. A water hazard runs down the left side of the fairway. Beware of the five pot bunkers, which lie short of the green on the right hand side. Once you have reached the putting surface you will find a kind flattish putting surface.
This is a three shot hole for most golfers. Once you negotiate your tee shot to a generous fairway, which runs downhill, you need to lay up well short of the small stream which cuts some 20 meters in front of the green. Beware of the sleeping fairway bunker to the right side of the fairway shots of the green. Large green with subtle slopes and water to the right and bunker left awaits the third shot challenge.
A small stream in front of the tee box is then followed by an uphill fairway with a huge lone tree in the center. You will need to negotiate your way around the fairway bunkers in the center and left areas of the fairway for your tee shot. Uphill shot to the putting surface, which has a severe slope from front to back.
One of the trickier tee shots on the golf course as it requires the golfers to move the ball right to left off the large mounding on the right. Long hitters should avoid the driver as the fairway funnels downhill to a sloping surface moving further down towards a dissecting stream, which cuts across the fairway. Second shot is to a wide landing area, which will set you up for a straightforward pitch to a large green with subtle breaks.
A strong dogleg hole to the right that has a single tree gaping out in the middle of the fairway, which can catch even the best tee shots.
Staying left is the desired shot and then you can enjoy a clear view to an uphill second shot. The green is protected with a bunker front short and putting slope is generally fast and sloping downhill from the back.
The elevated tee boxes offer a spectacular view of this long par three. The tee shot drops some 50 meters to a green snuggled on the edge of an old mining pond. Golfers of all levels wait in anticipation as their ball flies through the air for a safe landing the opposite side of the pond. The length, drama and beauty of this hole ensures it to be one all golfers look forward to.
This ins another dogleg par four with a grand water view finish. As the hole takes on a right to left shape try to play it as the design goes. Short cuts to the left will be punished with newly planted trees along this line. The second shot to the green will be viewed as intimating as water cuts into green and bunkers awaiting balls hit off to the right.