||The optimum tee shot is to fade a drive from the center bunker
left, up on to the flat area, past the right bunker, leaving a
short iron to the well bunkered green. The green offers many
interesting hole locations, which will require careful club
selection and precision, if attacking the flag.
||A relatively wide fairway split by a tongue of rough, extending
from the middle fairway bunker - a "thinkers" tee shot. For the
long hitter, a 3 metal would be a wise selection as a driver could
find the lake. If the hole location in back left, the tee shot to
the right side of the fairway would be advantageous. For back right
or central hole location, a tee shot to the left side of the
fairway is advisable. A precision mid to short iron is required to
this huge undulating green, protected by four large bunkers and the
lake to the left.
||A powerful drive just to the right of the center, bunkers give the
long hitter a chance of reaching the green in two. However, if the
tee shot finds a bunker a difficult mid iron shot to the green
would be required for the third shot. The green sites is well
bunkered and BEWARE, a poorly executed shot or incorrect club
selection finding front bunkers extends a severe penalty, leaving
the more difficult shot in golf (the long bunker explosion. Back
hole locations are difficult and be careful, not to go through this
||Though only short, this hole requires great care in club selection
and precision in shot making as the green is fairly narrow from
front to back. With the sloping green, it is advisable to be short
of the hole to have a birdie chance.
||A real "FUN HOLE" will see potential eagles as this hole requires a
long and accurate drive to find the "go zone". There will be many
bogeys, or worse, for bad thinkers. The green is well protected by
pond and two strategically positioned bunkers. Long putts are
extremely difficult on this large undulating green.
||A careful tee shot of approximately 252 yards to the left of the
fairway bunker is the optimum position to approach the green. A
tongue of rough extends from the fairway bunker to the path, and
may catch the longer tee shot. The green is well protected by
bunkers and presents many challenging hole locations.
||Though only a short par 4, this is a real "thinkers" hole. Great
care must be taken with club selection from the tee. Only the real
power hitter can attempt to carry the left bunkers, with a reward
of a relatively easy pitch shot to the green. The pond to the right
and the fairway bunkers are quite penal. The approach for the
undulating green requires great precision particularly with front,
or rear hole locations. Be careful, through the green is potential
||A mid to long iron shot is required, preferably below the hole for
aggression with the birdie putt. The left half of the green is well
protected by two bunkers, whilst the right half of the green offers
ease of accessibility.
||A tee shot of approximately 241 yards offers a wide landing area,
just short of the left fairway bunker, leaving an approach with a
mid to short iron. Going with driver requires a great accuracy with
the pond cutting into the fairway right and the Pulai trees,
strategically positioned to the left. The perfect drive will be
rewarded with a relatively simple pitch shot remaining. The green
is quite undulating and well protected with bunkers. Birdie putts
are easier to attack from below the hole.
||An aggressive drive requires great accuracy with the lake to the
right and bunker on the left. A negative tee shot to the left will
find the rough with a difficult second shot with the ball well
below your feet and trees to negotiate. The approach to the green
requires much thought and intelligence with this narrow, well
bunkered green. The bunkers, just short of the green to the right,
demand a long explosion shot and should be avoided.
||Aesthetically beautiful, strategically demanding. A medium to long
iron tee shot is required and best to leave the tee shot, short of
the hole location leaving an uphill birdie putt, but be careful of
||A great hole. An accurate tee shot is necessary to avoid the
fairway bunkers as an approach to the green from these bunkers is
extremely difficult and sometimes foolish with the pond and stream
protecting the green. A large, receptive, undulating and well
protected green awaits the precision approach.
||A very difficult hole. Although there are no fairway bunkers,
length and accuracy is required with the tee shot. A solid mid iron
will be necessary to reach the elevated undulating green which is
protected by three large bunkers. In tournaments, there will be
more bogeys than birdies on this hole!
||A superb short par 4 hole with the lake left and to the green
front. Strategically positioned bunkers are situated to allow many
options. Aggression is not recommended. The best way to play is a
tee short of approximately 235 yards, fading off the trap,
positioned on the lake side of the fairway. This will leave a solid
wedge approach which is necessary to achieve enough back spin and
an uphill birdie putt.
||A visually beautiful hole and strategically difficult. Hole
locations should be respected and make sure NOT to short side
yourself. The green is well protected by the lake and bunkers, and
is quite undulating leaving difficult long putts.
||Fun and excitement - decision time - will I go for it or shall I
play safe? Recommended "smart" way to play the hole is to hit the
tee shot to the first bunker right and leave a firm wedge shot to
this narrow, undulating green. Hole locations can add to the
difficulty and if the pin position is forward, beware of the hidden
green side bunker, short right.
||Take out your camera as this is one of the most beautiful holes in
the world of golf. The fairway is split by a beautiful meandering
stream, housing exotic plants and flora. The hole location
determines whether the tee shot should be to the right or left
fairway. If the hole location is back right, the left fairway is
the preferred line of attack for a birdie. However, a long and
accurate drive is necessary to carry the stream and to miss the
left bunkers. The conservative way to play the hole is a long iron,
or fairway metal up the right fairway and a wedge approach to the
well protected and undulating green. The magnificent backdrop and
waterfall really adds to the enjoyment of this pristine golf
||A long and accurate drive between the bunkers is essential if your
mind is set to attack If the green is not reachable, extreme care
must be taken in laying up as four strategically positioned bunkers
are awaiting the errant or poorly calculated shot. The undulating
green is well protected by bunkers and demands precision with the