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Hole 1

Tee Par Distance
Mens 5 470
Ladies 5 422

Playing Tips

Your drive should land on the right side of this sloping fairway and if long enough you will have a good angle for your shot into the green. You can either carry it all the way to the two tiered green or run the ball onto the green from the right and between the bunkers.
You can also play safe and lay up before a short pitch onto the green.

Hole 2

Tee Par Distance
Mens 5 504
Ladies 5 439

Playing Tips

This hole is one of the toughest par 5’s in Sydney. The hole meanders up a steady incline with little run on the fairway. A solid drive required, the second shot should be placed right centre of the fairway for the best approach to the two tiered green.
There is a deep bunker short left of the green and this should be avoided.

Hole 3

Tee Par Distance
Mens 3 189
Ladies 3 171

Playing Tips

This hole runs downhill to a generally flat green. A good tee shot should always be rewarded by a par or birdie. A long iron or fairway wood off the tee here. Favour the left side of the green although there is a bunker left and right, with a severe slope away from the green on the right hand side.

Hole 4

Tee Par Distance
Mens 4 413
Ladies 4 401

Playing Tips

This is a tough downhill par 4 requiring a long straight tee shot and a well judged second.
A solid drive down the left hand side is needed as the fairway slopes to the right. Best position to attack the green is centre to right side of the fairway. Don’t overclub the approach shot as you will have trouble making par from the side or back of the green.

Hole 5

Tee Par Distance
Mens 4 370
Ladies 4 316

Playing Tips

This is a very challenging hole rated as our most difficult.
A dog leg right par 4 which plays longer than its measured length. Aim your tee shot at the large Turpentine or fade it if you can for the best approach shot. Long iron or fairway wood will be required to get home.
Make sure you take an extra club as a shot played to the front third of the green may roll back off.

Hole 6

Tee Par Distance
Mens 4 288
Ladies 4 259

Playing Tips

This is straight up hill and plays longer than its length would indicate.
Accurate placement of the drive is a must. Favour the left side of the fairway as balls tend to run off to the right into the tree line. The left hand side is the ideal approach into the green. Take one club more than you think into the green as again, anything short may run back off the front.

Hole 7

Tee Par Distance
Mens 5 460
Ladies 5 422

Playing Tips

This is a good birdie chance with many players able to get home in two.
A good drive down the right centre will set you up for a chance at the green.
If you go for it and are successful you will be well rewarded, but if you miss the green it is a very difficult recovery shot. The conserative player will lay up before a short iron third shot into the green.

Hole 8

Tee Par Distance
Mens 3 166
Ladies 3 114

Playing Tips

Favour the right side of the green with a mid to long iron. Look for wind direction, the hole plays much longer into a North Easterly.
The green has two tiers and when the pin is at the back it is a much tougher proposition, A bail out area short right is not a bad miss, from which it is relatively easy to get up and down. Anything left is a most difficult recovery.

Hole 9

Tee Par Distance
Mens 4 378
Ladies 4 351

Playing Tips

This hole is one of our toughest featuring a tee shot which goes over a rise and down a hill before ascending back up a steep incline to a well bunkered green.
Plan your drive to land right of centre of this sloping fairway to have the best approach to the green, ensuring you miss the left hand side fairway bunker. A well hit long iron or fairway wood will be required to get home particularly into a North Easterly.
The green has two tiers with the back left pin position being the most difficult.
Putting from behind the pin can be treacherous requiring great touch. A most challeanging hole.

Hole 10

Tee Par Distance
Mens 4 403
Ladies 4 395

Playing Tips

Another tough hole where a long straight drive can be well rewarded.
This hole dog legs slightly to the right. For the best approach shot a good drive should be left centre of the fairway avoiding the fairway bunkers. Then the hole meanders slightly downhill which makes the second shot play a little shorter than the distance would indicate. Aim for the front half of the green as anything back is a very difficult recovery shot.

Hole 11

Tee Par Distance
Mens 3 137
Ladies 3 133

Playing Tips

Straight away par 3. Look for wind direction, the hole plays longer into a slight breeze, shorter with the North Easterly.
Avoid the very deepbunkers on the right at all costs as only the good bunker player can hope to get it close from there. The back left tier is a very tough pin position.

Hole 12

Tee Par Distance
Mens 5 438
Ladies 5 387

Playing Tips

A shortish par 5 which is slightly uphill with the longer hitters able to get home in two.
Slight dog leg right. A straight drive is useful, a fade preferable. Second shot must be placed on the left hand side for the best approach when the pin is cut right.
The green is split into two sections, left tier is lower than the right. If you hit to the wrong tier you will have a most interesting putting challenge ahead of you.

Hole 13

Tee Par Distance
Mens 4 303
Ladies 4 268

Playing Tips

This short par 4 looks comparatively easy, however a misplaced shot will result in a tough recovery.
Three wood or long iron preferable off the tee. This leaves only a short iron into the green. Favour right to centre green for this shot but don’t be long and certainly not left. Once on the green you will have a straight forward putt on a relatively flat green.

Hole 14

Tee Par Distance
Mens 5 472
Ladies 5 416

Playing Tips

This is another shortish par 5 featuring a strong risk / reward strategy.
Dog leg right. A solid drive in the middle will give you a chance to get home in two but miss the green anywhere right or long and purgatory awaits. A fairway bunker 25 metres short and left of the green is to be avoided. Safe play – lay up short for an easy pitch.
Putting can be tricky on a well contoured green.

Hole 15

Tee Par Distance
Mens 3 177
Ladies 3 162

Playing Tips

Accessing the pin position is critical on this hole.
A difficult par 3, requires a long iron or fairway wood. Best shot is a fade aimed at the left centre of the green. Alternatively, lay up short for an easy pitch and your par.
There are bunkers left and right and anything long falls away requiring a good recovery shot

Hole 16

Tee Par Distance
Mens 4 365
Ladies 4 355

Playing Tips

This is our feature hole with two water carries.
The hole is a dog leg right over the dam with bunkers and a huge bluegum tree on the corner to be avoided. If you can carry the bunkers your second will be a straight forward shortish iron, but in laying up, a much more challenging shot awaits.
The green is guarded by a rocky creek in front with strong bunkering left, right and at the rear. Take on the creek if you think you are good enough or lay up for your bogey – the choice is yours.

Hole 17

Tee Par Distance
Mens 4 356
Ladies 4 310

Playing Tips

The last of our tough par 4’s.
Dog leg right. Position your drive to the centre of the fairway as your second shot can be blocked by trees left and right. The second shot is slightly uphill to a long narrow green guarded by bunkers left and right.
Make sure you take an extra club as anything short can roll back off the green. Favour centre left when aiming at the green. Once on the green it is fairly flat and straight forward putting awaits.

Hole 18

Tee Par Distance
Mens 3 145
Ladies 3 131

Playing Tips

The final hole is a challenging par 3 featuring a two tiered green guarded by bunkers at the front and a grass hollow at the rear.
Check the pin position and attempt to finish on the same tier as the flag as being on the wrong tier invariably results in a three putt.
There is a bail out area right but there is no easy chip and putt if the pin is back left.