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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 tough par 3 with a pond to the left and two streams to the right. Allow for the drop in height when choosing your club and consider landing your ball to the right of the apron as the hillock will kick everything back in towards the green. If your ball gets wet, use the current guidance for Yellow (or Red) penalty areas, as appropriate.

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.