Course Map

Course Map

Course Map
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Hole 1

Hole 1
Par 4

394 347 339 297 Index 10

The opening hole is a sweeping dog leg right played from an elevated tee; the more aggressive player has the opportunity to aim over the right hand corner of the dog-leg and with a well struck drive shorten the hole considerably leaving a relatively short iron approach.

The shrewd option is to take aim on the fairway bunkers at the left hand corner of the dog leg playing a fairway wood for position.

Hole 1 
Par 4
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Hole 2

Hole 2
Par 5

509 476 468 433 Index 6

All tee shots should favor the left hand side of the fairway as the carry over the lake plays longer than at first appears.

A lone fairway bunker on the left acts as a good visual from the tee and is the ideal line for the majority of players.

Strategically placed fairway cross bunkers require good course management and club selection for your second.

Hole 2
Par 5
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Hole 3

Hole 3
Par 4

379 348 336 281 Index 2

The third hole drops dramatically downwards from tee to fairway, bunkering on the left and right hand side of the hole places a premium on accuracy with the drive.

Playing towards the left hand bunker is the best line allowing the natural contours of the hole to throw your ball back towards the fairway and an ideal position to play your second from.

Hole 3
Par 4
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Hole 4

Hole 4
Par 4

358 327 306 283 Index 14

The Fourth hole snakes uphill between a series of sculptured fairway bunkers; a solitary bunker guards the front edge of the green gathering all mis-hit approach shots.

Hole 4
Par 4
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Hole 5

Hole 5
Par 3

170 155 137 108 Index 16

A downhill Par 3 with a large contoured green guarded by bunkers short and long. Play for the front right taking one club less for the change in elevation.

Hole 5
Par 3
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Hole 6

Hole 6
Par 5

535 508 488 419 Index 4

The tee shot at the Par 5 sixth should be aimed well to the right avoiding the three bunkers framing the left hand side of the hole and leaving a long uphill second.

Make sure to lay up well short of the massive green side approach bunker, far enough back to allow a full third into this shallow green.

Hole 6
Par 5
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Hole 7

Hole 7
Par 3

214 165 144 116 Index 8

Although this green is the largest at 600sqm, it is one of the most demanding to hit, run offs on either side of the hole will gather and whisk the ball down and away from the green leaving a tricky recovery.

Hole 7
Par 3
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Hole 8

Hole 8
Par 5

497 449 430 379 Index 12

A drive favoring the left side will roll forward, making the green reachable in two for the stronger player. Be aware of the large greenside bunker protecting the slightly elevated green.

Hole 8
Par 5
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Hole 9

Hole 9
Par 3

154 139 125 99 Index 18

Accurate club selection is vital to negotiate this short Par 3 successfully with the renowned Monte Rei bunkers forming a circle of defiance around the green.

Hole 9
Par 3
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Hole 10

Hole 10 Drive
Par 4

414 391 358 314 Index 5

The tenth hole moves from left to right and then slightly upwards towards a long narrow green. The tee shot should be played towards the solitary bunker on the left side of

the dog leg. Any shots leaking to the right will fall away into the ravine running along the entire length of the hole.

Hole 10 Drive
Par 4
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Hole 11

Hole 11
Par 3

206 182 163 91 Index 11

The Par 3 eleventh plays over a valley of umbrella pine trees, bunkers sit short left and right of the green, while water lies to the far left catching any wayward or pulled tee shots.

Hole 11
Par 3
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Hole 12

Hole 12
Par 4

344 319 302 252 Index 7

The twelfth gives the longer hitters the opportunity to attack this green with their tee shot when conditions are favorable; the shrewd approach is to play a fairway wood or long iron from the tee leaving a precise medium iron approach.

Hole 12
Par 4
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Hole 13

Hole 13
Par 4

404 361 348 257 Index 9

The thirteenth hole descends towards the stunning backdrop of a natural lake; the drive should be played to a wide landing area short of the two fairway bunkers offering

the best approach into this green. Precision and feel will be needed to safely land and hold this shallow green.

Hole 13
Par 4
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Hole 14

Hole 14
Par 3

181 155 136 100 Index 17

The Par 3 fourteenth is a real gem, water borders the left hand side of the hole and a bunker catches shots long and right. Play for the more generous front third of the green leaving you with a well earned two putt par.

Hole 14
Par 3
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Hole 15

Hole 15
Par 4

378 348 335 295 Index 1

The tee shot should be played towards the fairway bunker on the left, the natural terrain and native grasses undulate along the left side of the hole grabbing any errant tee shots while the stream running along the right hand side will penalize a pushed drive.

The wind which gusts between the foothills will make club selection for the second shot difficult to determine but very important to get right.

Hole 15
Par 4
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Hole 16

Hole 16
Par 5

525 496 478 389 Index 13

The uphill Par 5 sixteenth is scattered with numerous bunkers framing the left side of the hole and approach to the green. A tee shot aimed over the right hand fairway bunker will be the best line avoiding the narrow stream running across this fairway.

Hole 16
Par 5
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Hole 17

Hole 17
Par 4

404 379 358 321 Index 3

The Par 4 seventeenth dog left right generally plays into the prevailing Ocean breeze, a well struck tee shot will leave you with a long iron approach into this raised green guarded by bunkers front left and right.

Hole 17
Par 4
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Hole 18

Hole 18
Par 5

501 485 462 411 Index 15

Aim down the left hand side of this generous fairway to take advantage of the natural contours, kicking your ball forward. With a good drive you have every chance of reaching the green in two and making birdie.

Hole 18
Par 5