A well guarded opening green, with pot bunkers front and middle. Beware of the water off to the right. A generous fairway allows you to open the shoulders for the first shot of the day.
Not the easiest Par 3 to hit and with an undulating green surrounded by bunkers, it's certainly a test.
A tight tee shot with bunkers down the right, leave a daunting second shot to a well protected green.
Your tee shot must carry the water, but beware of the bunkers beyond. Bunkers to the left and water to the right, protect the green.
A well struck tee shot is a must to this spectacular island green! Keep the ball below the hole and it gives you a great chance of a par.
A slight dog-leg to the right requires a well placed tee shot between two sets of bunkers, leaving you a mid iron to a generous green.
A long par five with the fairway well guarded from the tee. The generous layup area leads to a tricky green, protected by a single pot bunker.
Water and fairway bunkers narrow the landing area here. Laying up short of these bunkers still gives you the chance of attacking the pin.
A large uphill fairway leads to an elevated green. Beware of the severe slopes and bunkers, making this a particularly tricky green.
This hole is a long par four with the landing zone guarded on both sides by water. Bunkers protect the left of the green and a severe slope waits to gather all balls to hit to the right.
Lay up short of the bunkers from the tee into the heart of the fairway. This leaves you a mid-range iron to the well protected green.
Accuracy off the tee is the key here. The green is well guarded by sand, but don't be too cautious, as a severe bank is waiting to gather stray balls to the left of the green.
An open tee shot but the fairway narrows the further you go. Bunkers heavily guard both your layup and approach to this tiered green.
A tee shot short of the fairway bunkers is ideal, leaving a mid-iron to this long green, surrounded by bunkers.
Water cuts in on your right, sand waiting on your left. The green is the only place to be on this hole.
A testing par 5 with a heavily guarded layup area. A solid second is required before your next shot to a tricky sloping green.
A wetland and large bunker set on both sides of the landing zone make this an interesting tee shot. Can you carry the bunkers to the left and shorten this hole?
Large tees force you to play right of this hole. The final green is guarded by bunkers and slopes waiting to devour any tired, final shots.