With spectacular views across beautiful Lake Mulwala, the Lake Course has strategically placed lakes, undulating greens, 56 bunkers and is designed to test the keenest player, requiring precision around the greens to make par.
1Hole 1. Sharp dog leg left Par 4, tee shot should favor the right centre of the fairway to open up the green angle. Avoid Large Bunkers left of green.
2Hole 2. Green is protected well with bunkers. Avoid missing the green long.
3Hole 3. A precise tee shot is needed to avoid the large gum on the left hand side of the fairway and the right fairway bunker.
4Hole 4. Sharp dog leg left, Risk/Reward tee shot for longer hitters trying to carry the corner, a conservative approach will see you avoiding the fairway trap, middle of the green is a good play.
5Hole 5. Long hitters can get home in two. A drive favoring the right hand side of the fairway as too avoid the fairway trap is preferable. Approach to this long slender green must be accurate.
6Hole 6. Straight away long par 4, longer hitters will need to avoid the reachable fairway bunkering, do not miss the green left.
7Hole 7. Deceptively dangerous short par 3, shots favoring left side of the green will be rewarded by the greens natural left to right slope.
8Hole 8. Short Par 4, Consider all options from the tee, water hazard is in play from the tee, an accurate approach to the green is a must.
9Hole 9. Long hitters will need to avoid the reachable mounds and fairway bunker, green is reachable in two, but heavily protected by green side bunkering
10Hole 10. Long straight-away par 4, if your going to be short with your approach, miss left, bunkering protects middle and right of the green.
11Hole 11. Mild dog leg left, this green with its front to back fall rewards only the most precise approaches.
12Hole 12. Demanding tee shot, multi layered green with bunkers guarding top tier ensures that golfers are happy with a steady 3.
13Hole 13. Straight away Par 5 with an Out of Bounds barrier protecting any errant left drives. Second shot must be accurate to avoid right water hazard. Do not miss the green left or right with approach.
14Hole 14. Middle of the green is rewarded with a flat putt. The water hazard to the right of the green penalises any errant shots.
15Hole 15. Heavily bunkered Par 4, Avoid fairway bunkers from the tee by favoring right side of the fairway. Wide elevated green with a back to front slope bias.
16Hole 16. Elevated tee off, middle of the fairway is rewarded with a straight forward approach to a back to front sloped green.
17Hole 17. Long hitters will need to avoid the bunker in the middle of the fairway, an accurate approach is a must, the various slopes on the putting surface make a 4 a solid number.
18Hole 18. Two very solid hits will get a long hitter home in two. Left of the green is protected by bunkering, short right is a good lay up and will open up the long narrow green.