STROKE INDEX 10
HOLE 1 DESCRIPTION
A good test to open up your round despite its modest length. Gently doglegging from right to left and usually played with the prevailing wind, a drawn tee shot is required to access this generous first fairway, but be careful not to overcook it as there is no future left. Longer hitters may choose to take their tee shot over the tall trees and leave a shorter second, but be wary not to get too close to the green as it can be difficult to stop your approach downwind. Once in position, you’ll be left with a short iron to a generous putting surface that slopes very gently from back to front. If all goes well, you’ll have a great chance to make a birdie three.