Front Nine

Back Nine


The opening drive is partially blind over a rise from the back tee. The ideal line is left of the big tree as the fairway slopes steeply from left to right the further your drive is hit.


The 10th is a right to left dog-leg played over a pond unusaully placed higher than the green. Confidence off the tee is required to ensure your ball lands in position ‘A’ for the approach to the low set green.

Protected on all sides and graded sharply from the back, the 10th green offers a challenging test for approach shot and putter.


With a dog-leg to the right, drives from the second tee must be favour the left side of the fairway to ensure a clear view of the green for the second shot. Guarded by an Out-of-Bounds on the right and a well placed bunker which catches weak second shots, the second shot is played to a green which slopes from left to right. Anything left of the pin will leave a very tricky downhill putt.