Short Par 4, place your tee shot short of the fairway bunkers near the 100 metre mark leaving a short iron into the long narrow green.
Tricky par 3, which usually plays into the wind. The green slopes towards the water on the right, so favour the left side of the green. You should always be happy with a par on this hole.
Sharp dog leg right, keep left of the large fairway bunkers. Your second shot plays down hill, favour the right side of the green this will present the easiest chip or putt.
You can either lay up short of the right hand fairway bunker or long hitters can play over the left hand fairway bunker. 2nd shot plays to a well bunkered green. Hole plays longer than it appears, be careful not to under club.
Long hitters can drive over the right hand bunker on this par 4. The 2nd shot again plays longer than it appears and the front of the green slopes towards the water. Better to be long than short on this hole.
A testing par 5, there are 12 bunkers on this hole, so course management is essential. It is preferable to take the cautious option. The green is well guarded and is constructed in two tiers, so be sure to take note where the pin is positioned.
A wide but narrow green from front to back, again this hole normally plays into the wind and can often play up to 3 clubs longer. Better to be long than short to avoid the deep bunkers at the front of the green.
You should favour the right hand side of the fairway on this dog leg left to get the best view of the green. Aim for the middle of the green for the best putting options.
Your drive plays down hill on this par 4, aim at the tree over the lake. The green on this hole has many subtle breaks so read your putt carefully.