"A nice gentle opening hole rewarded by a tee shot left of centre, beware the hidden bunker short right of the green on your approach shot"
"Follow the Pros advice, it is really easy to block your tee shot right into the trees if you try and take the shortest route."
"Signature hole, just go for it, great hole off the back tees into the wind to a back to front sloping green"
"Ball retriever provided, not without reason, this hole surrounded by water can play anything from a wedge to a 5 iron depending on tee position & wind direction & there's no bail out!"
"The best approach comes from the right hand side of the fairway to a less severe sloping green"
"If the pin is at the back there are bigger turns on putts than you might suspect & the ball runs on after the hole, so be warned"
"Great Par 5 with OB all down the right, but this is the tiger line if you want to get close in two. A long water hazard on the right narrows the fairway on the approach to a huge two tier green."
"A really excellent par 5 that makes you think about every shot, you want to score well here and hopefully on the earlier holes, as the test gets tougher from now on in"
"Big hitters can carry the corner of this severe dogleg, but it then still requires a long second shot into a deep & narrowing green with some big undulations in parts, so take extra care reading your putts"
"Most difficult hole on the Lake & one of three tough holes coming up that can ruin your scorecard if not careful. If you do not get to the corner with your tee shot, best to play your second shot to your ideal lay up distance, as the green will be out of range"
"A straight tee shot required to this narrow par 3, the slope at the back of the green will usually feed the ball back towards the hole, so better to be long than short"
"You tee off to this par 3 with such a narrow gap through the trees, expect to hear "Knock on wood" if you do not hit your ball straight & true, anything short & right of the green falls further away to the right giving a very tough chip. If you par this you should be pretty chuffed & you might see the odd deer in the trees around this hole if you are lucky"
"Narrow tee shot with the hole being a severe dog leg left to right. A straight tee shot of 230 yds to the corner will give you a 200 yd second unless you can shape a long fade round the corner. The green has many slopes to contend with, so try & hit your approach under the hole"
"Tough hole for all standards as a result of the tee shot needed, a good three shot strategy to the green might be the best option & hope to hole the putt for your par"
"Another left to right dog leg, but much easier to negotiate after the last three tough holes, a relatively flat large green is awaiting your approach shot, but beware of the bunker on the right if your tee shot has left you with a shot over the hedges at the corner of the dog leg"
"Same as the Pro"
"Magnificent looking finishing hole, a long iron might be best to avoid going too far down the hill & set up your approach over water to the green"
"This is a spectacular finishing hole & if the pro is taking an iron, I am taking a three wood or driver, but if you get far enough down, the approach shot will be a short iron over the water that surrounds three sides of this green. Don't get caught near the large hump on the green unless you like three putting"