PAR 4 | HPC 7/5
The opening hole is a gentle dogleg left with trees guarding the inside of it and bunkers to the right, past the 150 post, that catch pushed tee shots. The ideal tee shot is right of centre.
PAR 4 | HPC 9/13
This is another dogleg left with a nest of bunkers guarding the corner. A good tee shot down the middle sets up a potential birdie.
PAR 5 | HPC 1
This short par five is a good risk-reward hole with water starting at the 150 post all down the left side. For the average player a lay-up second shot should be to the 100 yard mark. Inside of that the fairway slopes to the water. The green has a false front.
PAR 4 | HPC 11
This hole is a dogleg left with a large tree guarding the inside corner. The ideal tee shot is left to right starting slightly right of centre to set up a potential birdie.
PAR 3 | HPC 15
From the elevated tee, this par three is a real challenge. With bunkers on both sides of the deep green and a false front, any tee shot not finding the green will present a difficult second shot. Par is a good score here.
PAR 4 | HPC 13/9
This short par four playing slightly uphill is a real birdie opportunity, but be careful of this raised narrow green with a hidden bunker behind the green catching any long approach shot.
PAR 4 | HPC 5/7
A long par four where a tee shot down the right side is likely to roll off the cambered fairway into the rough. The second uphill shot to a deep conotoured green is challenging. Par is a great score on this hole.
PAR 5 | HPC 3
The longest par five has a huge bunker on the right-centre side of the second shot landing area. There is a pond to the left of the multi-tiered trapped green. For the tee shot, aim at the flag pole. Par is a good score.
PAR 4 | HPC 12/14
A short par four, the large tree on the right side calls for a precise tee shot down the left half for any chance of a clear second shot to a green sloping back to front.
PAR 5 | HPC 2
This par five is a double dogleg with mature trees guarding the right side off the tee. A long tee shot down the left side of the fairway sets up a good angle for the second shot to the 100 yard mark, right of the bunkers on the inside corner of the second dogleg. The small contoured green requires an accurate approach shot for any chance at birdie.
PAR 3 | HPC 18
The long undulating green of this slightly uphill par three has a large bunker guarding the left side and a large tree protecting the right side. Two putting can be a challenge so par is a good score.
PAR 4 | HPC 4/8
A long straight drive is needed, avoiding the bunker on the left of the landing area and OB on the right. This will set up a long iron or hybrid second shot to a deep green guarded by bunkers on each side. Par is a good score.
PAR 4 | HPC 14/12
This short par four is a risk-reward hole for long hitters, but any shot off line makes par a challenge. For average players a lay up to the 100 yard mark, short of the bunkers on the right is a smart tee shot.
PAR 5 | HPC 8/4
On this par five a good target off the tee is left-centre avoiding the swail on the right. A lay up to about 90 yards, short of the cross bunkers is a smart idea, unless the tee shot was long.
PAR 4 | HPC 6
The hardest par four on the course requires a long accurate tee shot. The second shot is to a wide shallow green that falls off back right and to the left. A shot landing just short of the green usually runs on.
PAR 3 | HPC 16
This picturesque par three, maybe the signature hole, is downhill to a green sloping right to left towards the pond, guarded front and right by bunkers with a steep run off back right. It’s a difficult green to two putt.
PAR 4 | HPC 10
The final hole is a par four, where the landing area of the tee shot slopes slightly towards the bunkers on the right and is guarded by mature trees on the left. The second shot is to a long, contoured green sloping back to front with a large bunker front right and a slope towards trees for any shot pushed right. Par is a great way to finish.