A relatively short par 4. Play conservatively off the tee, hitting the fairway is more important than distance.
A well bunkered par 3 hole, better to be long than short. Check the flag position on A8 green located to your right as you leave the tee.
Fairway slopes severely downwards after the left hand fairway bunker. Play for position off the tee to get an even lie and a good view of the green.
A narrow dog leg right driving hole, fairway slopes left to right. Difficult, long green very important to know where the pin position is.
A long par 4, where the fairway slopes from right to left. The safe option for your approach shot is at the right hand side of the green as everything runs down from here. Better to be long than short.
Short par 3 where a tee shot to the middle of the green gives a birdie opportunity wherever the pin is.
Tee shot, should favour the right hand side as the fairway slopes down to the left. Keep right of the two fairway bunkers on the left hand side situated 100 metres short of the elevated green.
Dog leg left where the shortest line is over the two bunkers on the left. Otherwise play short of the fairway bunkers as the penalty can be harsh. Large green so choice of club is important.
Long hitters can try to carry the water running across the fairway. Alternatively, play safe, lay up short of the stream. Once again club selection is important, to this long narrow green.