The shorter and picturesque Executive Course is kinder to the beginner whilst providing a worthy and enjoyable challenge for golfers of all levels in a natural parkland setting.
1Hole 1. Tee shot should favor right centre of fairway to open up the green, a large bunker protects any shot falling short and left.
2Hole 2. Short Par 3 with a two tiered green, getting on the same level as the pin is paramount.
3Hole 3. Dog leg left Par 4, Tee shot must avoid fairway trap and water hazard to the left of the fairway. Bunkering also protects the left and middle of the green, short right is a safe bailout.
4Hole 4. Bunkers surround this short par 3, an accurate approach to the green is a must.
5Hole 5. Long hitters will be rewarded with a short approach, however with an Out of Bounds on the left caution is needed. The more conservative route must still be wary of the mounds in the middle of the fairway.
6Hole 6. Tough 2 Tiered Par 3, A large greenside bunker protects the right centre of the green. Do not miss long.
7Hole 7. Long hitters can reach this Par 5 in two. A more conservative play from the tee is to favor the left centre of the fairway. The approach shot must be accurate with trouble surrounding this elevated green.
8Hole 8. A difficult up and down awaits anything too far right or left.
9Hole 9. Straight away Par 4, Drives have more room to the left centre of the fairway, playing the ball to the right centre of the green on approach will take advantage of the greens natural right to left bias.