A straight tee shot over the hill leaves a relatively short approach to this dogleg
A tee shot that favours the right side will give you a good angle into the green.
A tricky uphill par 3. The green slopes significantly from back to front
Make sure you have enough club to reach the green, if in doubt take an extra club. If you are above the hole a two putt can be a great achievement
Favour the right side on your approach to the green
Aim further left than you think and the ball will run down the hill. Not a particularly wide green so distance control is key to getting close to the hole.
A good par 5 to finish the front nine, has a risk and reward feel to it.
Accuracy is required from the tee, depending on your length a decision is needed as to whether you can carry the burn with your second shot.
A narrow tee shot awaits you with trees left and right.
A tough par 4 that requires careful strategy.
With a sloping fairway aim slightly left off the tee. Take an extra club if in doubt as your second plays quite uphill
A great hole to finish with a strong possibility of birdie. Pay close attention to the location of the pin as being on the correct level is essential to having a chance of birdie.