• Course Tour & Yardage Guide

    • Hole #1 | 467 metres | Par 4

      A relatively easy opening hole that doglegs right around two well placed bunkers. Players wanting to reach green in two shots will have to carry or skirt these bunkers off the tee. There is out of bounds left and the fairway slopes towards trees on the right on the second shot, but there is plenty of fairway in between leading to a large, relatively flat green. Missing green right or long will lead to a blind uphill chip back on.

    • Hole #2 | 366 metres | Par 4

      A sterner test than the opening hole, the second is a dogleg left where shorter hitters should place their tee shot centre to right to avoid being blocked out by trees on the corner. Longer hitters can attempt to shorten hole by hitting over mound on left. This green is flat, and is guarded by two bunkers on the right.

    • Hole #3 | 349 metres | Par 4

      The third is a dogleg right around a water hazard, and is the first hole inside the racetrack. There is little trouble to the left off the tee, however the closer the tee shot is hit to the water, the shorter the second shot. There are two bunkers through the fairway that longer hitters should be wary of, and players who are very long off the tee can attempt to hit over the water, leaving a short wedge into the green, which is large, and relatively flat. It is guarded at the front right by a bunker.

    • Hole #4 | 312 metres | Par 4

      A real risk/reward tee shot awaits at the fourth. The safe play is a 180-200 metre tee shot to the wide part of the fairway, however this leaves a semi-blind second shot. The bold play is to shape a right to left shot tee shot that can bound over and down the hill towards green, however missing the fairway can mean trouble. The green is small, slightly elevated and slopes from back to front. Do not hit over the green as very few up and downs are made from there.

    • Hole #5 | 118 | Par 3

      An uphill hole to a reasonable sized green that slopes from back to front. There is a deep bunker to the left of the green. It is better to be short than long on this hole as it is very difficult to get up and down from over green.

    • Hole #6 | 461 metres | Par 5

      A great driving hole with water on the right and a large pine tree which catches anything going left. The second half of the hole is uphill to a large green that slopes from back to front, and is guarded on the right by a bunker. Good touch will be needed if putting downhill, especially if the flag is in the front half of the green.

    • Hole #7 | 406 metres | Par 4

      The tee shot at the seventh is to a wide fairway with a bit of elbow room, but there is water to the right and for long hitters scrub on the left. The unbunkered green slopes from left to right, and has a ridge running from front to back on the left side of the green, which makes getting up and down from left of the green difficult. A par here is a good result.

    • Hole #8 | 174 | Par 3

      This par 3 plays to a small green that is reasonably flat except for the front left portion. There are no bunkers, but getting up and down from left, right or long requires good touch. There is water to the right, but only for very poor shots.

    • Hole #9 | 309 metres | Par 4

      The water in front of the tee can be intimidating for the beginner, but should not come into play for the average player. The fairway is of reasonable width but narrows in about 220m off the tee. The second shot is slightly uphill to a green which slopes from right to left, and is guarded by a bunker in the front left. It is difficult to get up and down from right of the green.

    • Hole #10 | 141 metres | Par 3

      The tenth has a long green that is wide at the front, but is pinched in halfway up the green by a large bunker on the left and a swale on the right. There is also out of bounds right which can easily come into play with a loose shot.

    • Hole #11 | 331 metres | Par 4

      A very tight tee shot which must be hit through a chute 100-120m from the tee. A ball slightly off line either way can catch trees. However the hole opens up after the chute, becoming wider further down the hole. The green is medium sized and very flat, but balls missing the green to either side or long can bounce away, making it difficult to get up and down

    • Hole #12 | 470 metres | Par 5

      A slight dogleg right which is a difficult tee shot for the shorter hitter with a left to right ball flight, but a great driving hole for long hitters who can hit over trees to shorten hole. The question is how much to take on. The fairway is quite wide but narrows in the last 100m before the green, which is elevated and slopes from left to right.

    • Hole #13 | 382 metres | Par 4

      A dogleg left, possibly the most difficult hole on the course, although not as long as the seventh. The fairway is reasonably wide at the 200m mark, but then gets narrower with a water hazard on the right and tall trees on the left. The ideal tee shot is one that is shaped slightly from right to left.  Anything in the left rough will be blocked out from the green. The second shot is uphill to an elevated green that falls off on all sides. The green is large, but slopes from back right to front left, and there are few gimme puts on this green.

    • Hole #14 | 129 metres | Par 3

      A downhill hole to a large, mostly flat green. The left side of the green is protected by two bunkers, whilst the surrounds fall off on the front, right and back. The green also has a false front where most balls that only make it onto the surface by a metre or so will roll back off the green into a small dip at the front.

    • Hole #15 | 268 metres | Par 4

      An uphill hole that the big hitters can drive in the right conditions. There is a well placed bunker on the right edge of the fairway and this is also the direct line to the green. There are trees immediately to the right of the bunker, and this is not the spot to hit your tee shot. The best line is to the left, leaving a clear line into the large two tiered green. Not easy to get up and down from over the back to a back pin position.

    • Hole #16 | 479 metres | Par 5

      The tee shot on the sixteenth is downhill to a narrow fairway. There are trees left and right, but the most trouble is left. The hole bends slightly to the left on the second shot, where it is best to keep to the left as trees can block out anything hit right. The green is large, slightly elevated and slopes mainly from left to right.

    • Hole #17 | 308 metres | Par 4

      The tee shot at seventeen looks intimidating with trees left and right as well as the racetrack rails, but opens out to quite a wide fairway for the average player. The fairways tightens up at about 250m from the tee thanks mainly to the large pine tree on the right. The pine will block out any shots that finish to the right of the fairway. The green is small and slopes severely from back to front.

    • Hole #18 | 311 meters | Par 4

      An uphill dogleg right is more difficult than its distance might indicate. The tee shot needs to be accurately placed according to the players ability. For the average player the drive needs to be kept left so not to be blocked out by trees on corner of dogleg. The long hitter can hit over corner, but if in attempting to do so must not hit it straight up fairway as they can finish in trees or blocked out by large gum tree at top of hill. The second shot is uphill and played from sloping lie to a small green protected on the right by a bunker. The green slopes from back to front and left to right.