Hole by Hole

Hole 1 Hole 2 Hole 3 Hole 4 Hole 5 Hole 6 Hole 7 Hole 8 Hole 9
Hole 10  Hole 11 Hole 12   Hole 13  Hole 14 Hole 15  Hole 16  Hole 17  Hole 18

Hole 1: 477 metres Par 5

hole1:477 metres Par 5

Tee box sponsors
Mens tee:  Sam Thomas Club PGA Professional / Taylormade

Womens tee: Heineken

Description

Out of bounds down left side of fairway. Precise approach shot required as elevated green which slopes away from fairway. If flag is in bottom section of green then it is wise to play for centre of green. Bunkered front right (2).

Hole 2: 311 metres Par 4

hole2:311 metres Par 4

Tee box sponsor: Dannemora Gardens (Metlife Care)Description
Elevated tee,  with dog leg right around poplar tree. Green has right to left slope so aim right of pin with approach shot. Bunkered front right (2) and front left.

 

Hole 3: 358 metres Par 4

hole3:358 metres Par 4

Tee box sponsor:
Simmonds LumberDescription
Sharp dog leg left and unless you are a big hitter it is foolish to cut the corner. When pin is in bottom half of the green, leave your approach below the flag.

 

Hole 4: 367 metres Par 4

hole4:367 metres Par 4

Tee box sponsor
Westpac Business BankingDescription
Drive down left side of fairway. Anything right of centre will run off further right. Large green so up to two clubs difference between front and back of green. Bunkered rear right.

 

Hole 5: 294 metres Par 4

hole5:294 metres Par 4

Tee box sponsor:  HeinekenDescription
Short par 4 with dog leg right to left. Fairway bunkers, right side at 90 metres and left side 30 metres from green. Very little room between back of green and ‘trouble’. Green slopes away to the left. Bunkers front right and back right.

 

Hole 6: 101 metres Par 3

hole6:101 metres Par 3

Tee box sponsor:  Fleetline Spray PaintersDescription
Short par 3 and the easiest hole on the course. Be happy with centre green when the pin is on the left side of green.

 

Hole 7: 353 Metres Par 4

hole7:353 Metres Par 4

Tee box sponsor:
Lundia ShelvingDescription
This hole usually plays directly into the predominant south westerly wind. Drive left of centre gives best approach. Some subtle breaks on this green. Bunkers right (2) and left.

 

Hole 8: 168 metres Par 3

hole8:168 metres Par 3

Tee box sponsor:
John Packham Chartered AccountantDescription
Straight forward par 3 to smallish green. Better to be a little long than a little short as ball will roll back off green if only on front edge. Bunkers front left and centre right.

 

Hole 9: 406 metres Par 4

hole9:406 metres Par 4

Tee box sponsor:
Baigent ConsultingDescription
Long par 4 for men and solid par 5 for women. Tree-lined fairway but is wider than appears from the tee. Flat green and when pin is at the back it can be further away than appears from around 90 metres out.

 

Hole 10: 369 metres Par 4

hole10:369 metres Par 4

Tee box sponsor:
Sam Thomas PGA Professional / PingDescription
Fairway narrows the further up the fairway your tee shot is. A lofted approach is required as a narrow gap if attempting to ‘run’ the ball into the green. Long green with subtle breaks. Bunkers front right and left (3).

 

Hole 11: 195 metres Par 3

hole11:195 metres Par 3

Tee Box Sponsor: ICBDescription
A solid tee shot is required to carry all the way to the large green. Green slopes away towards the road. A very challenging par 3 from the men’s blue tee when strong south westerly wind is blowing.

 

Hole 12: 351 metres Par 4

hole12:1 metres Par 4

Tee Box Sponsor: 
Spicers PaperDescription
Out of bounds and tree trouble down the right side of fairway plus a fairway bunker. Further bunker in centre of the fairway,  50 metres from green. Approach shot into the narrow green entrance should be slightly right of pin as the green slopes right to left. Bunker on the right side between green and out of bounds.

 

Hole 13: 455 metres Par 5

hole13:455 metres Par 5

Tee Box Sponsor:
Power Turf – Club CarDescription
Second shot should be left of centre to avoid  blind landing area with two fairway bunkers. Wide but little depth in the green of two levels. Sometimes wise to play for right side of green to take left hand front bunkers (2) out of play.

 

Hole 14: 426 metres Par 5

hole14:426 metres Par 5

Tee Box Sponsor:
TP Print / Scorpion DesignDescription
Straight forward and short par 5.More ground than appears between bunkers and narrow green. Bunkers left front and right front (2).

 

Hole 15: 140 metres Par 3

hole15:140 metres Par 3

Tee box sponsor:
Smith Timber ITMDescription
Usually plays directly into the wind so take one club more. Ball will often roll back to bottom of gully when short of green. Bunkers right (2) and back centre.

 

Hole 16: 480 metres Par 5

hole16:480 metres Par 5

Tee box sponsor:
Howick GlassDescription
Par 5 dog leg right for men and slight dog leg left par 4 for women. Precise lofted approach shot required as narrow green. Don’t be short when pin on right as ball will roll back off the green. Pot bunker front right.

 

Hole 17: 363 metres Par 4

hole17:363 metres Par 4

Tee box sponsor:
AA Auto Service & RepairDescription
Drive right of centre gives best approach and avoids fairway bunker on left. Two tiered sloping green and very desirable for approach shot to be on correct level. Bunkers on right (2).

 

Hole 18: 390 metres Par 4

hole18:390 metres Par 4

Tee box sponsor:
CampercareDescription
Narrow landing area with tee shot between trees on left and fairway bunker on right. Some ‘dead’ ground in front of flat green so measure closely from distance markers. No bunkers but, other than front, green is completely mounded.