Slight dogleg to the right. Unless you are a very long hitter aim for the left side of the fairway. This gives you an unimpeded approach to the green. If the flag is at the back don’t over-hit your approach shot as the back of the green slopes away slightly.
Straight forward Par 3 hole – just get the water out of your head and select the club that hits that distance.
Aim slightly left of centre on this Par 4 as all tee shots on landing will break to the right. The objective is for the tee shot to come to rest between the middle and right edge of the fairway which gives the best approach to the green. If the flag is at the back right putting can be tricky.
A difficult Par 3 – If you have to use a Wood to get the distance it is difficult to hold the green particularly in summertime. Even when you do hold the green three putts are not unusual. If you miss the green be either short or to the right.
The tee shot should be aimed down the middle of the wide open fairway. The best approach to the green is from the left half of the fairway. The green is deceptively big from front to back but otherwise straightforward.
A good straight up the middle tee shot is essential if you are to register a good score here. Very often the wind is in your face. Be careful with your approach shot because regardless of flag position beware that the green is sloping away from you and your ball can often roll off.
Dogleg left – The best line off the tee is left of centre. It shortens the distance to the flag and maximizes the run on the ball. Even after an excellent tee shot it’s still a long distance to the flag
A lot of obstacles to think about! – two bunkers, water, high trees reaching out on the left and a grassy bunker on the right. On the plus side there’s a fine big green so go for it!
Aim for the middle of the fairway off the tee. Unless you’re very confident play safe to the left of the lake and settle for a 5 or 6. There are a lot of golf balls in that lake!
This hole requires an accurate tee shot. Keep close to the trees on the right. The carry over the lake is longer than it appears. Now you have negotiated that lake successfully you come around the corner and you have lake number two! It’s all carry to the flag so don’t under hit!
Dogleg right, but aim out the middle of the fairway in order to get an unobstructed approach to the green.
Unless you are a huge hitter keep left of the trees on your right. Slightly left of centre is a good line for the second shot. Approach shot onto the green needs accuracy as there are many different slopes on the putting surface.
Visualise a smooth wide fairway in front of you and select the appropriate club for the distance. Hit it with confidence and reach for your putter!
Dogleg right but play up the middle unless you’re a big hitter. Aim to get to the top of the hill. If you’re going for the green from distance remember that it plays longer than it looks.
A long Par 4 so it’s vital to get an accurate drive down the middle. Don’t be downcast if you can’t reach the green in two. At least you have avoided the bunkers on the left and on the right.
Block the lake out of your mind and focus on hitting your tee shot just to the right of the trees on your left. That’s the shortest route to the green. Try and position your approach to the green from the left to take both bunkers out of play.
Focus on the distance and not on the lake. There are two bunkers, one left and one right. Regardless of where the pin is positioned if you put your ball on the green, half ways between those bunkers, you have a reasonable chance of a birdie!
The final hole is a dogleg left from an elevated tee box. Fix your sights on some marker way down the right and way beyond your hitting distance and aim for it. The result should give you an approach to the green from the middle of the fairway. The green is very fair and a bunker on the left is very avoidable. There is a fairway pot bunker down the left but if you get the tee shot right you won’t even see it.