The 18-hole golf course was completely overseeded with Bermuda Patriot grass seed in 2014, this guaranteeing perfect playability all year round.
Par 4, short and easy, with a good drive it is possible to reach the apron; a short approach and with two puts, par is guaranteed. Watch out for the out of bounds to the left and the bunker on the right. Around the green there are two bunkers that could complicate the hole.
HOLE TWO – NEW HCP 7
A 180 metre-long, par 3 hole that is relatively easy, the only obstacle is the bunker to the right of the green.
A long and difficult par 4 hole. The first shot is a very delicate drive, never err to the left; the out of bounds follows the entire first part of the hole. The longest hitters can exceed 150 metres. The second shot is more delicate, with all water and a bunker on the left. In front of the green there is a big tree that hampers the approach, it would certainly be better to continue to err on the right, where only a dense area of rough can hinder the shot to the green. On the green… watch out for the slopes.
HOLE FOUR – NEW HCP 9
A 550-metre par 5 with handicap 5. The out of bounds on the left flanks the entire length of the hole. From the starting tee, the first shot is very difficult; the water isn’t as far away as it seems. It is possible to attack the second shot and therefore, hit a nice 3 wood, but the water, the bunker and out of bounds pose a risk. Instead, we recommend an advance shot; take the ball to 140 metres and attack the green with the third shot. Slightly sloping green.
A long and delicate par 4. The out of bounds on the left follows the entire length of the hole. With a nice drive, the longest hitters can exceed 150 m. On the second shot, the elevation is misleading. The elevated green is protected by a bunker. The green has numerous slopes.
An easy and panoramic par 4, with views of the entire course. A drive gets you to under 100 m from the green. The water on the right flanks the entire length of the hole. The rough on the left makes attacking the green fairly complicated.
Par 5, with dogleg to the left. A nice drive takes you to about 220 metres from the green. The longest hitters can attack the green with the second shot, although there’s a risk of getting stuck in one of the two bunkers flanking it.
A short par 4 that should not be underestimated; a nice drive can easily exceed 150 metres. The green is protected by 4 bunkers and has very gentle slopes.
HOLE NINE – NEW HCP 5
A 175-metre par 3 hole that should not be underestimated. The green is well protected by the bunker and has lots of slopes.
A long and straight par 5. The first shot is hampered by a big tree in front of the tee and a large bunker on the right of the fairway. The second shot it fairly straightforward; the green is very wide and is defended by two small bunkers on either side.
Par 4, with a dogleg on the left. The first shot is very difficult; the left is all out of bounds and there are two bunkers where the drive lands. The second shot is also very delicate; around the green there is a large bunker on the left and water at the front. The approach to the green is very narrow and it is necessary to carry to reach it. Green with lots of slopes.
HOLE TWELVE – NEW HCP 10
Par 3 with lots of water. It is necessary to carry 165 m to land on the green… and if you hit too long, there’s even more water.
Short par 4. Elevated start, but with a drive it is easy to exceed 150 m. The fairway is very wide but the bunker on the right and water on the left can complicate the hole. Very wide green, but uphill.
HOLE FOURTEEN – NEW HCP 18
Par 5 with a slight dogleg to the right. The longest hitters can attack the green with their second shot. A small brook runs the entire length of the hole. Second and third shots are not too difficult. The dense areas of rough can complicate attacking the green, which is protected by a bunker on the right.
HOLE FIFTEEN – NEW HCP 16
Short, narrow and uphill par 4. The first shot is hampered by two big trees on the left and a bunker on the right. It is easy to exceed 150 m, but stay on the fairway as the rough impedes attacking the green. The green is on three levels and is protected by a small lake at the front.
A long par 4. The first shot is key if you want to attack the green with the second shot. Even with a good drive it isn’t easy to hit 150 m. A dense rough area on the left and large bunker on the right force players into a second approach shot. The green is protected by a bunker at the front and another at the back and is sloping.
HOLE SEVENTEEN – NEW HCP 6
A long par 3, but without to many difficulties. The out of bounds and water are fairly far away.
HOLE EIGHTEEN – NEW HCP 8
A very difficult par 4. The first shot is hampered by water on the right, which flanks the hole from 150 m, as far as the green. The out of bounds flanks the hole on the left. The second shot to the green is hampered by water on the right and a bunker on the left. Green with lots of slopes.