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A strong Par 4, m, a narrow fairway with a water hazard down the left hand side.
Another water hazard guards the front right of the green for any miss hit shot. Too far over and you're out of bounds. Par 3, m, a water hazard runs down the left hand side, with a large gum tree and bunker also guarding the left hand side. A small paper bark and bunker to catch any miss hit to the right. Par 4, m, dogleg slightly to the right and rated number 1 on the index. A drive between the two palm trees down the fairway is the perfect line. No problems for the longer hitters to go at the green in two. Lay up short of the hazard if you are not sure. Water runs down the right hand side and crosses the fairway around the m area from the green and continues along the left.
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Par 5, m, dogleg right past the Memorial Services Club. OOB all the way down the right with the club catching plenty of stray shots hit to the right. Play your drive conservative line down the left with this easy reachable Par 5. Keeping your tee shot in play is the key. Longer hitters can play the aggressive line down the right to leave a short iron in. Water hazard short left of the green and a bunker long. Birdie here is a real chance with the hole giving up its fair amount of eagles.
Par 3, m, a water hazard on the right hand side catches plenty of shots with bunkers to the left if you overprotect from the water. The green slopes from back to front towards the water on the right. An uphill putt is ideal for a better chance of a one putt. A good Par 4, m, a narrow fairway with a water hazard down the left hand side and another crossing the fairway about m from the tee. Most players lay up short of the water, but the longer hitters can blaze away through the narrow opening on the other side of the creek.
A relatively flat putting surface with OOB long over the green. A great short Par 4, m, a narrow fairway with OOB all the way down the left hand side and over the green. Water hazard crosses the fairway about m from the tee and raises the question: go for the green or lay up? The hole has its rewards going for the green, but for a short Par 4 has undone plenty of good rounds.
A small tier runs across the middle of the green.
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Par 3, m, a narrow green with three different putting levels and a bunker guarding the left. Distance control is required to keep your ball on the right level. Generally playing back into wind this hole has its challenges.
Par 4, m, a nice easy driving hole to finish, wide open fairway with plenty of room. This hole can play long into the wind with the green slightly elevated and a tough putting surface. Plenty of slope from back to front, the green is protected by a bunker on the front left and getting it up and down from the right has its challenges. On a windy day 4 is a good score on this hole. Forster Course. Hole 1 A strong Par 3 to start. Hole 2 Challenges the longer hitters, dogleg uphill to the right at m with OOB along the right hand side.
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Hole 3 Doglegs left back down the hill around the 2nd hole. Hole 4 Heads straight out to sea, m, this open Par 3 is surrounded with trouble. Hole 5 Doglegs left along the beach, m, no reward for the long hitter as the water hazard near the green is definitely in play. Hole 6 Tough Par 3, m, slightly uphill. Hole 7 Straight Par 4, m, water hazards left and right start over half way down the hole.
Hole 8 Uphill Par 3, m, this hole plays a club longer for its distance. Hole 9 Slight dogleg right, m. Hole 10 A strong Par 4, m, a narrow fairway with a water hazard down the left hand side. Hole 11 Par 3, m, a water hazard runs down the left hand side, with a large gum tree and bunker also guarding the left hand side. Hole 12 Par 4, m, dogleg slightly to the right and rated number 1 on the index.
Hole 13 Par 5, m, dogleg right past the Memorial Services Club.
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The green, which is a double green, shared with Hole 10, must be the "largest in Africa". Hole 2 - m - Par 3. The relatively short Par 3 presents the golfer with an intimidating tee shot over a lake, to a narrow green set diagonally across the line of play. Bunkers come into play both in front and behind the green. Hole 3 - m - Par 5. This hole is uphill from tee to green and will play much longer than the score card suggests. After two good shots the golfer is faced with a pitch shot to a well-bunkered green. Hole 4 - m - Par 4. Being downhill from tee to green, the golfer will find that this hole plays shorter than the meterage suggest.
The tee shot however is tested with bunkers on the right and left of the fairway. Hole 5 - m - Par 5. On this hole the golfer is faced with a tee shot that plays slightly downhill and across a valley, followed by an uphill second shot to a green that is out of reach for most golfers, except the exceptionally long hitter.
Hole 6 - m - Par4. As an uphill hole from tee to green, the gofer is faced with a tee shot that has to be aimed at a fairway bunker that is set towards the center of the fairway but which is generally way out of reach. The fairway bunker to the left helps to frame the hole and the golfer is offered a generously wide fairway to the right. The green is set across the line of play and is only 15m deep.
The bunker in the center front of the green protects the pin position behind it.
Hole 7 - m - Par 4. As a shortish Par 4 from the member's tee, this hole will nevertheless play as a medium length Par 4 because of the uphill nature of the hole from the tee to the green. Four fairway bunkers define the landing area. The green is set along the line of play and the best entrance into the green is from right to left. Hole 8 - m - Par 3.
The tee shot calls for a downhill mid iron shot to a green that is elevated, featuring a steep bank to the left of the green with bunkers to the right and behind the green. The front of the green is open, which allows a ball to bounce onto the green. Hole 9 - m - Par 4. Bunkers to the right and to the left of the fairway, on this slightly right dogleg, focuses the golfers mind on the center of the fairway.
This hole plays downhill from tee to green. The green is elevated and features deep bunkers to the left and to the right and a steep slope behind he green. Hole 10 - m - Par 4. Again the golfer is faced with an exciting tee shot from an elevated tee to a fairway that is much lower than the tee. The green, which is a double green, shared with Hole 1 offers many pin positions because of its enormous size - "the largest in Africa".