Heavily treed left from the tee. Dam
on left about 280 metres out.
Large pines left and right for second/third shot. 2 fairway bunkers
not obvious until nearing them about 80 metres from green.
bunkers surrounding a long narrow green. Very deep
pot bunker short right.
Undulating fairway with
a "dragon tail" running full length,
Dog leg to right following the shape of the Bass Strait coastline.
of bounds right. Very wind affected with the westerly pushing
a wayward ball out of bounds.
Signature hole of the course.
Very picturesque dog leg,
again around the shoreline with Table Cape
and Fossil Bluff in the background.
relatively short has fairway bunker left. 4
green side bunkers.
Out Of Bounds full length right
hand side and behind the green.
Wide shallow green; swirling wind
around Fossil Bluff makes club selection very important.
hole with Table Cape and Fossil Bluff in background.
to a large green sloping towards you. Very important
to ensure an uphill putt.
Can be anything from driver to five iron
from the tee when the wind is blowing 13th, same hole
from higher up the hill and longer (192m).
Views from this tee range 30 - 40 km along the coastline of
5th...320m... Par 4.
Another relatively short hole heading towards the sea.
treed left and right from tee and right side of green. Bunkered
front and left.
tree" hole. Drive is over trees to a large skull shaped
green bunkered left and right.
No "bail-out" around
Straightaway narrow fairway heavily treed and out
of bounds (right).
Line of trees left. Green-side bunkers left and right. Long sloping
Trees left and right from tee. Out
of bounds right. Bunkers
left and right and short right.
Long narrow green. 17th (152m) Same
hole from different tee position.
Shorter but trickier in that
not all of the fairway is visible over
a shallow hill making club selection difficult.
Green is shaped
45 degrees to the tee.
Tight driving hole between two patches
of trees. Straightaway fairway tree lined for full length.
One bunker left and two on right. Can play longer than its yardage into the prevailing westerly wind.
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