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Hole by hole

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1st: Oppenheimer
A tight opening hole, relatively short but demanding accuracy from the tee…
2nd: Knowes
A long par 4 across the slope demands a drive up the left and a blind second over a mound to a hidden green.
3rd: Banks
A relatively short par 4 can  be reached with a wood or long iron and a short chip.
4th: Hastings
An accurate drive from the elevated tee rewards with par or better, beware the out of bounds on the right and the dip on the left.
5th: Whins
Drive through a gap to a fairway breaking from right to left.
6th: Valley
A deceptive short hole, club selection is all, beware the bunkers on the left and rear.
7th: Shamash
An uphill par 4 that plays all of its yardage. The fairway is protected by  trees on either side and leads to an elevated green.
8th: Jessie Robertson
A par 5 that plays its length and an accurate approach is needed as the green is guarded by out of bounds on the right and to the rear.
9th: Pond
A picturesque par 3 that includes all the tests of golf – water, bunkers, out bounds, and the wind.
10th: Boreland
An accurate drive into the valley protected by trees to the left and out of bounds to the left leaves an approach to an elevated two-tier green.
11th: Burn
The highest point on the course with the tee shot demanding good positional play to allow an approach shot to a green.
12th: Plantation
An accurate drive on this dog-leg par 5 must avoid strategically placed bunkers to have any chance of hitting the green with a long iron or wood with the next shot.
13th: Spire View
A straightforward par 3 from an elevated tee to a green protected by steep run-offs to the front and rear.
14th: Glover View
A testing par 4 where the drive is crucial to open up the green.
15th: Clingans
A classic par 3 with a long carry to a green protected by a bunker to the left.
16th: Glebe
A downhill par 3 exposed to the elements with out of bounds down the left and trees creating difficulty out right.
17th: Glendroit
A testing par 4 with out of bounds down the left and a sloping fairway to a group of trees to the right.
18th: Nat's Hame
Be careful on this par 4 as the fairway slopes to the left and trees to the right demand an accurate drive.