A totally straight hole where the player must find his way to the green between different clusters of bunkers and O.B. on the left and a large lake on the right.
The player must decide on the tee how much of the lake he wants to cut in order to leave himself a long iron or an easy pitch to the green.
All carry over a lake, this medium length par 3 has a huge green and a generous escape area on the left hand side.
A well placed tee shot avoiding the bunkers and the lake in front of the tee results vital in order to tackle the green.
With O.B. down the left, hitting the fairway is a must if the player wishes to hit this green, which is protected by a large lake and a deep bunker.
A recovery hole where the player faces a short, straightforward pitch if he manages to avoid the lake with his drive.
A long, well placed tee shot between the bunkers on both sides of the fairway gives the player the chance to hit the green in two for a likely birdie.
A very technical hole where club selection on the tee will determine the length of the approach shot and the chances of a good score.
With water all down the left and plenty of room to the right, this medium length par 3 represents a good birdie chance.