Holes

  • The Broadmeadow River comes back into play on the par 3 1st.
  • With trees on the left and a bunker in front of the green and a big trap to the right of the green the second hole should be treated with respect.
  • The mature trees both sides of the par 5 3rd with out of bounds on left are to be avoided.
  • There is out of bounds again left of 4th with the river running behind green so be careful with your club selection.
  • The 5th a short par 3 but don't be long with woodland behind the green and stay out of the pot bunker right.
  • With the dog leg on the par 5 6th your drive is your most important shot
  • Watch for the Broadmeadow River directly behind the par 3 7th hole
  • There is a stream running across the 8th fairway - so be careful you don't drive into it.
  • The Broadmeadow runs all along the right hand side of the 9th and 10th - so stay left - but avoid the trees.
  • The fairway bunker on right of 11th is [perfectly placed to penalise any drive up the right.
  • A short stroll through a tree lined walk to the 12th where you need to ensure that you keep to the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds and the fairway bunker.
  • Bunkers guard the par 3 13th green.
  • Watch for the lake on the 14th that surrounds the green - any shot off-line feeds down to a watery grave.
  • A good tee shot is required on the par 3 15th to clear the lake in front of the tee box.
  • Watch for the greenside bunker on the 16th.
  • There are carefully placed bunkers on the 17th to catch an errant tee-shot or green approach.
  • Mature trees both sides of the 18th and the undulating fairway ensures that any wayward shot will be punished.