A spectacular finish. Water down the right, Wallace's Arse bunker in center of fairway. Green is beautifully framed by dunes and clubhouse provides dramatic back drop.
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Favoring the right side shortens the approach, but the left side sets up the angle. Use the kicker mound on left side of green to get ball close.
After avoiding the silo that guards the right side of fairway, players can take a rip at this semi blind green site. One of the wildest greens on course helps deter easy birdies.
Similar to the Leven hole template, players are enticed to drive over the creek on the right for easiest approach. Balls played left on either side of creek have tough angle.
Best angle is challenging bunkers on the right, is then followed by a dramatic approach to an elevated green that actually slopes away from the angle of play.
Though often downwind this brute of a par 3 sets up the closing hole stretch. The benign green allows putts to be made, if your ball can find the green that is.
Halfe Pint, our bet settling bonus hole to end your round. A dramatic short iron of water will leave a lasting memory of a great day on the Links.
Protected by large aus trees directly behind green, the wind is hard to predict. A relatively easy looking hole that bites people withe a green with tons of subtle breaks.
A drive that challenges the right side fairway bunker is rewarded with the proper angle to this easy starting hole. Lots of uneven lies make this opening approach FUN.
Generally playing with a left to right wind this Cape hole dares you to challenge the corner. Don't get too close as the front of this green actually runs away from angle of play.
Tee shot down hard down the right sets up best angle for a dramatic approach to this green guarded by a creek. Avoid bunkers down left or you will be faced with a scary choice.
Decisions abound, drive your ball long and close to waters edge to get clear view of green and chance to go for green in two. Play it safe and negotiate strategic fairway bunkers.
Challenge water on right, or position your ball left, then you are faced with choices. Challenge the water again, or fit the ball around the left bunker for the optimal angle.
Right side fairway shortens the hole, leaving a blind shot over deep bunkers. Green is best approached from the left side, negotiating kicker mound on left green front.
A beautiful par 3 with a very deep bunker guarding the front left. While pins on the right seem easy with ample bailout, beware of anything near this bunker.
Hitting from elevated tee...attacking left side shortens the hole, but green is best approached from the right where two deep pots guard the landing area.
Playing generally back into a right to left quartering wind. Short and left leaves the best up and down while any shot missed right of the green is a most certain bogey.
Tour of the Links
The hardest handicap hole, players will be faced with a pinched tee shot with water all down the right and a pot bunker on left. Once tee shot is in play hole gets a "little" easier.
Super fun par 5 that prefers a gut-sy tee shot hugging the left for ability to reach the green in two. If forced to layup, get proper angle for that days hole location.