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The Back 9

Hole 10 – Par 5, 455m (Men), 382m (Ladies)
The Par 5 has two totally different Tee boxes, both of them with their own challenges. The ‘bottom’ tee is a slight dog leg right, the ‘top’ tee is straighter, but with approximately 100 metre water carry through a gap of trees, not to mention a larger dam off to the right which has a sloping fairway running to it. So keep your drive straight and out of trouble, then its all downhill to a large green with a slight run off on the right and over the back.

Hole 11 – Par 3, 148m (Men), 148m (Ladies)
This is the shortest of the Par 3’s, but if you walk away with a par your doing well. With a large tree on the left to avoid, and trees down the right hand side, ensure you keep the tee shot straight. The green is quite large sloping from back to front which will challenge the best of putters.

Hole 12 – Par 4, 301m (Men), 301m (Ladies)
By the stroke index this is the easiest hole, it is a straight forward par 4, slightly uphill with a large gum on the right and large pine on the left. The approach shot is to a raised flat green with a hazard and OOB close to the back right corner.

Hole 13 – Par 5, 454m (Men), 430m (Ladies)
This is the shortest and final Par 5, with a dog leg right off the tee. Big hitters can take on the trees on the corner. The fairway runs downhill from the dog leg to a green that slopes left to right.

Hole 14 – Par 4, 338m (Men), 338m (Ladies)
This hole is all uphill from the tee, a straight drive here is the key. The approach to the green is quite narrow with a tree on the right. A small flat green awaits an accurate approach shot. (Tee extension in progress on this hole)

Hole 15 – Par 4, 260m (Men), 260m (Ladies)
One of the shorter Par 4’s, it is all downhill from a elevated tee, slight dog leg right with OOB on the left. The tee shot is all important, whether you are long enough to drive the green or lay up short. The green is quite tricky sloping from left to right with a steep bank down the right side. (Tee extension in progress on this hole)

Hole 16 – Par 3, 161m (Men), 161m (Ladies)
This Par 3 requires a straight shot onto a slightly raised green which slopes from right to left. If you miss the green to the right side, it makes for a difficult up and down.

Hole 17 – Par 3, 222m (Men), Par 4, 222m (Ladies)
One of the longest par 3’s you may ever play,  it has a grass hollow about 50 metres short of the green. The green is slightly raised and sloping from back to front. An easy par 4 for the ladies.

Hole 18 – Par 4, 378m (Men), 300m (Ladies)
A very challenging closing hole which is all uphill to the green. A large dam is on the right side of the fairway, accuracy off the tee is essential, the fairway leads to a large flat green, where a Par is a great result.

Hole 19 – Clubhouse
After a challenging round of golf, why not have a round of drinks at the licensed bar or a snack at the cafe.  A time to sit back and reflect on your great round or what might have been. The clubhouse looks out over the beautiful golf course with the ranges in the back ground and kangaroos grazing nearby.

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