The Front Nine (1-9):
With the first 9 holes established in 1931, the front nine includes shorter par 4's, including 2 tight dog-legs, both left and right. The front nine includes the shortest hole on the course, the 114m par 3 Fifth where your tee shot needs to clear fairway trees.
The Back Nine (10-18):
Built significantly later than the front nine, the back nine is 454m longer and includes 2 long par 4's (11 & 18) and 2 longer par 3's (13 & 17). When playing the back nine you will cross the road on two tee shots so beware of passing traffic! The highlight of the back nine is the wide open fairway of the 496m par 5 Fourteenth which although big enough to land a plane, often sees tee shots sprayed.
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Hole in One's
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