A good Par 4 opening hole which doglegs left, with out of bounds on the left. Right is safe for a good start to your round.
Robert Trent Jones Snr said:
“The bunker should never afford an opportunity to get the ball close without a superlative effort”
HCP 0-9: Take your preferred mid-iron for position short of the bunkers, which will leave a wedge onto the green. Lots of trouble at the back of the green.
HCP 10-18: A straight fairway club short of bunkers and centre of fairway. 2nd shot with mid/short iron to the elevated green. Through the green is trouble.
HCP 19+: A nice straight fairway wood to find the fairway, be aware of the out bounds to the left. A 2nd shot with mid/short iron up to the front greenside bunkers, to leave 9 iron/ wedge onto the elevated green.
Green: A large two-tiered, elongated green which slopes right to left. A flat putting surface which is well protected by 4 front bunkers and 2 rear bunkers.