This requires a straight 200 yard shot off the tee, which will leave a mid-iron to the very unusual green. Only big dogs dare hit driver. Don’t be fooled by the green it’s usually a straight putt no matter where you are or where the pin is.
Easiest par 5 on the course, just keep it on the fairway and avoid out of bounds to the right and par comes easy.
170 yard par 3, guarded by a big bunker to the front right. Club selection here is vital and take note of the prevailing wind.
Long straight par 4, which usually plays into prevailing wind, only big hitters will hit this in two. Again a good big green, sloping from back to front guarded by two big bunkers on either side.
Keeping your drive on the right side of fairway to avoid the fairway bunker and to have a nice, clean, open shot to big green. Wind also plays a big factor here too.
The tightest of all par 4’s which hitting fairway with drive is a must, if you want to have any chance of par. A big 2-tiered green, in which you must get pin distance right.
When on the 13th tee, always look left and check out where the pin is on 16, and you’re half way there to playing the hole. Wind is a huge factor which you can’t feel on the tree- guarded tee box. The secret here is to just hit centre of green.
The great Johnny Brady would describe this as the best hole on the course. It’s long and dog-legged and the best way to play this hole is up the right side of the fairway. With a big green, sloping from back to front.
Nolan’s Alley: Very tight par 4, trees to the left and right requires a long straight drive leaving a short iron to one of our toughest greens on the course. Great finishing hole.