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1 Par 4, 370m A welcoming opening hole, play is over a small lake to a generous landing area. The large and gently contoured green is receptive, but the surrounding wetland will punish the most errant shots.

2 Par 3, 205m Be careful with club selection on this long par 3. A tail wind assists, but holding the chip back will be tricky; short right and you could end up in a bunker.

3 Par 4, 358m With a dogleg right, long hitters may be tempted to bite off the corner over the lake. However, the smart play will be to take a long iron and lay up before the target bunker at the turning point for the best line in to the green.

4 Par 4, 328m Given the prevailing wind, this could be a drivable par 4 for the big hitters. Be on target though, as the green is small and a nest of bunkers await a shot too short and right. Otherwise, the approach is straightforward. Beyond the green the slope falls steeply to out of bounds.

5 Par 5, 482m From the raised tees, bite off as much as you dare over three deep cross fairway bunkers and be rewarded with greater visibility to the green and a better line of approach from the right hand side of the hole. Take a longer club on your second for a chance to reach the green in two.

6 Par 4, 381m Play close to the right hand bunkers from the tee and the result is an open invitation to the left to right sloping green on your second. A long drive left and forgiving contours will feed your ball to the right. Short left leaves an awkward iron over a bunker guarding the front left of the green.

7 Par 4, 355m The ideal tee shot is to go for it over the left hand bunkers. With a left to right sloping fairway, a drive too far right could bring both the water and front greenside bunker into play.

8 Par 3, 182m Glorious with a small waterfall adjacent to the tees, this delightful-looking par 3 could prove chaotic into the prevailing wind. The green is shallow but wide pin placement and wind strength will determine success on this hole.

9 Par 5, 493m A good drive between fairway bunkers will give an easy second shot over the low native plantings short of the green. A drive lacking in length will leave the decision to lay-up or go for it. This hole will play longer into the wind. Take a longer club if the pin is at the rear of the sloping green.

10 Par 4, 355m The special island tee set in the lake will be a striking feature of the course, and bring challenge to hole 10. At only 60m, the forced water carry may not be intimidating, but teeing off in front of the clubhouse may get the heart racing. A classic risk reward hole, carry the bunkers on the left hand side of the fairway and stick close to the lake for a short approach shot to a receptive green.

11 Par 3, 167m Boasted by a small water carry and a gently contoured green, this par 3 is picture perfect. But with water to the left and two bunkers to the right, accuracy is encouraged.

12 Par 4, 410m A long par 4, bunkers left and water right steer play to the centre of the fairway. Get as much length as you can for an uncomplicated approach to the heavily contoured tiered green.

13 Par 4, 346m The openness of this hole encourages a long drive that will be rewarded with extra run in the landing area, leaving a short wedge into the green. Too long and the drive could end up with a tricky lie in the swale in front of the green.

14 Par 3, 163m A medium length par 3 with a green guarded by bunkers, players may be deceived by the bunker in front of the green and play one club short.

15 Par 4, 332m A deep vegetated gully splits the fairway. From the back tee, a 200m carry across the wetland provides an accommodating angle into the length of the right to left sloping green. Choose the right hand fairway and flirt with water as well as a tricky 50m carry across the gully to the green.

16 Par 5, 496m This natural golf hole takes its undulations from the adjacent dunes. Strong players will easily hit their second over the wetland area to reach the green in two. Less confident players may lay up short for a wedge into the green.

17 Par 4, 340m Tees are nestled in the wetland creating a forced carry to the fairway. While the wetland continuing along the right hand side of the fairway could look menacing, the fairway is generous and the green accommodating ensuring a fun build-up to the finishing hole.

18 Par 5, 561m A challenging par 5 to finish the round. Water runs the entire length of the hole on the left, and a bunker lurking in the middle of the fairway requires a good drive from the tee. A crowned fairway calls for accurate ball placement to avoid tricky recovery shots from the rough. The lake wraps around the rolling 18th green, providing an aesthetic backdrop.



PEGASUS card of the course


HOLE
Champion-ship tee
Blue tee
White tee
Yellow tee
Men's stroke
Par
Ladies stroke
1
370
357
331
285
5
4
7
2
205
196
181
148
9
3
15
3
358
342
320
293
7
4
5
4
328
310
282
240
15
4
13
5
482
464
442
404
13
5
1
6
381
354
331
288
3
4
11
7
355
335
318
295
11
4
9
8
182
166
150
121
17
3
17
9
493
461
439
402
1
5
3
OUT
3154
2985
2794
2476
36
10
355
346
335
335
8
4
8
11
167
145
137
124
16
3
18
12
410
393
365
335
4
4
6
13
346
329
313
287
10
4
10
14
163
148
130
110
18
3
16
15
332
310
288
255
14
4
12
16
496
477
452
405
6
5
4
17
340
325
306
272
12
4
14
18
561
543
511
468
2
5
2
IN
3170
3007
2837
2591
36
TOTAL
6324
5992
5631
5067
72