The ideal driving line is over the fairway bunker, the safe line is to the right of the bunker. From there, however, the green side bunker comes into play. On your way to the second tee check the pin position on the 10th green.
Short hitters should lay up in front of pond. For long hitters there is room to the right of the pond. The entrance to the green is very narrow and defended by two bunkers. Pin positions in front are diffcult. Stroke index 5 calls for strategic play.
There is ample room on the other side of the stream that crosses diagonally in front of the green. The front part of the green slopes towards the water.
Aim your tee shot to the left of the first two fairway bunkers. There is plenty of room on the fairway behind the hill in the direction to the green. On you way to the 4th fairway check the pin position on the 6th green.
The perfect tee shot is slightly left of the oak. The fairway slopes towards the stream 20 metres from the white tee. Notice that the pearshaped green is 32 metres deep. The left green bunker, which is very steep, should be avoided.
The stream cuts in before the green. There is, however, plenty of room around the green except to the left, where a large bunker defends the green. “Read” the direction of the wind in the trees by the green.
Try to place the tee shot on top of the hill slightly to the right side of the fairway. From there you have an easy line to the green, which is, however, well protected by two bunkers. The green slopes from back to front and from left to right.
A very strategic dogleg hole. The safe line is a drive in the centre of the fairway. From there, however, you have a rather long approach. The entrance to the green is very narrow. Long hitters can carry the dogleg over the trees but the ball must be flown more that 190 metres.
The preferred line for your tee shot is towards the left fairway bunker. From there you have a reasonable approach to a green well protected by two bunkers, where the left one covers the side of the green totally.
A challenging drive. Long hitters who can carry the stream (230 metres from white tee) should ideally place the drive to the right side of the fairway as this gives an easier line into the green. Try to avoid the left side of the fairway after the stream. Short hitters should aim their tee shot up the right side of the fairway.
There is no real trouble on the direct line from tee to green. There are, however, deep ditches with water on both sides of the fairway down in the valley approx. 200 metres from white tee. Beware of the bunker behind the green.
The tee shot at this easy par 4 should ideally be aimed for the left side of the fairway. A very long drive will leave you with a difficult downhill pitch as the part of the fairway falls strongly towards the green.
The safest line for the tee shot is slightly left of the two fairway bunkers. Long hitters who can fly the ball 190 metres (from white/yellow tee) over the two bunkers will be awarded with an ideal approach to the green, which slopes sharply from back to front. Before driving at the 13th hole check pin position at the 17th green.
Because of the trees on the right side of the fairway the tee shot should ideally be aimed for the left side just inside the fairway bunkers. Beware of the stream which crosses 60 metres before the green.
The Signature Hole. The difficulty of the hole lies in the very plateaued green.
The ideal driving line is the centre of the fairway between the big fairway bunker to the left and the trees to the right. When approaching the green be careful as the fairway before the green slopes to the right where a large gulley defends a big part of the green.
The preferred driving line is to the left of the alder trees by the stream. A drive to the right side of the fairway will leave you with a difficult approach over the trees. The right green bunker is very steep.
The two fairway bunkers are on the direct playing line. Short hitters should play safely by aiming centre left. The best angle to attack the green is from the right side of the fairway. Do not be too long as there is both a bunker and out of bounds just behind the green.