Hole 9

Hole 9Sponsored by [table “Hole9” not found /] Another par four for men and par five for women. This hole requires an uphill blind tee shot, which makes the hole seem a lot longer than the distance on the card. The small green is hard to hit, and if it must be missed, to the…

Hole 8

Hole 8Sponsored by ParStrokeLength Men’s   Blue318118m   White318114m Ladies  White318114m   Yellow318112m This is the shortest hole on the course for the men, and is also the easiest for both men and women. But be careful: it’s only easy if you hit a good tee shot! Club selection is vital here, as anything too…

Hole 7

Hole 7Sponsored by [table “Hole7” not found /] Bob Charles’ advice is a little bit out of date, at least as it pertains to us mere golfing mortals. His advice comes from the days when the seventh was a par five, and a reasonably straight-forward three-shotter; these days the hole is anything but easy. For…

Hole 6

Hole 6Sponsored by [table “Hole6” not found /] A downhill par four, this hole offers a little more leniency on the drive than the previous hole, but the best approach to the green is made from the left-hand side of the fairway. The drive is blind, but aim just to the left of the power…

Hole 5

Hole 5Sponsored by Although it looks reasonably short on the card, this hole is very demanding. Any tee shots right will find a quick path down towards the dam, which will make for a tricky recovery, or even a drop out of the hazard. The best tee shots flirt with the left hand rough. The…

Hole 4

Hole 4Sponsored by ParStrokeLength Men’s   Blue416256m   White416225m Ladies  White415225m   Yellow415191m The shortest of the par fours on the course, the unwary golfer can still be caught out by the tricky green complex. Longer hitters will find the green tempting on their tee shot, but watch out for shots that stray to the…

Hole 3

Hole 3Sponsored by ParStrokeLength Men’s   Blue36198m   White38187m Ladies  White39187m   Yellow39162m A long par three over a gully to a small green: the golfer who walks off this hole with a par has done very well indeed. A hazard stretches down the left-hand side of this hole, and a creek runs at the…

Hole 14

Hole 14Sponsored by ParStrokeLength Men’s   Blue45338m   White415305m Ladies  White416305m   Yellow416273m This hole plays with the prevailing wind, and the longer hitters will often want to go for the green in summer. Be careful of hitting left, however, as the ground slopes alarmingly towards the hazard if you’re too far off-centre. And tee…

Hole 15

Hole 15Sponsored by [table “Hole15” not found /] For such a short par four, this hole really punches above its weight, and it is the first stroke hole for the men, and the second for the women, for very good reason. It is more uphill than you realise, and it plays into the prevailing wind,…

Hole 16

Hole 16Sponsored by [table “Hole16” not found /] This hole is one of the more generous to your tee shots, so long as you aim left. A drive down the centre or to the left opens up the green nicely. However, on your approach don’t be long or left of the green, or you will…