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Hole By Hole

Hole By Hole - First Hole
First Hole
Stroke Index 9 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 408
Amateur 393
Amateur 360
Senior/Junior 344
Ladies 320

Pro Tip

To begin the round, it is necessary to hit a strait good drive, far away of the bunkers which protect the fairway each side. Then play a medium iron to the undulated green, protected on the left side by a bunker.

Hole By Hole - Second Hole
Second Hole
Stroke Index 13 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 327
Amateur 314
Amateur 287
Senior/Junior 260
Ladies 232

Pro Tip

A good Tee off is the indicated to have a short and easy second shot to an elevated green, also protected by two bunkers. It is of a great importance to be aware of the flag position – in one of the two platforms.

Hole By Hole - Third Hole
Third Hole
Stroke Index 5 / PAR 5
Tee Metres
Pro 517
Amateur 491
Amateur 458
Senior/Junior 440
Ladies 411

Pro Tip

The tee shot is pretty easy, but it is convenient to be aware when playing the second and third shots, because of the fairway bunkers when approaching the green.

Hole By Hole - Fourth Hole
Fourth Hole
Stroke Index 3 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 372
Amateur 354
Amateur 334
Senior/Junior 315
Ladies 290

Pro Tip

This is a left dogleg, where the first preoccupation should be to make the ball fly over the fairway bunker. Then you will find a slightly elevated green, protected by only one bunker on the right side.

Hole By Hole - Fifth Hole
Fifth Hole
Stroke Index 11 / PAR 5
Tee Metres
Pro 529
Amateur 430
Amateur 410
Senior/Junior 380
Ladies 370

Pro Tip

This is probably one of the course’s most difficult holes, where it is required a long and accurate Tee shot, since the descent of the drive to the right is protected by “Out of Bounds”. The entrance to the elevated green protected by three frontal bunkers represents another difficult shot.

Hole By Hole - Sixth Hole
Sixth Hole
Stroke Index 15 / PAR 3
Tee Metres
Pro 199
Amateur 160
Amateur 149
Senior/Junior 134
Ladies 112

Pro Tip

The longest par 3 of the round has a large and slightly sinuous green, that requires to be played with a long iron, trying to avoid the two frontal bunkers.

Hole By Hole - Seventh Hole
Seventh Hole
Stroke Index 1 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 466
Amateur 391
Amateur 354
Senior/Junior 321
Ladies 307

Pro Tip

A left dogleg where it is necessary to hit a 200m drive above the lake, as well as avoid the three bunkers on the right side, to have an easier shot to get the green. A wedge is a nice choice, but be aware of the bunkers on the right of the green.

Hole By Hole - Eighth Hole
Eighth Hole
Stroke Index 17 / PAR 3
Tee Metres
Pro 154
Amateur 134
Amateur 119
Senior/Junior 102
Ladies 91

Pro Tip

This is the round’s shortest par 3 which hosts the biggest green – 900m² of a pretty flat green, which is defeated by a huge bunker.

Hole By Hole - Ninth Hole
Ninth Hole
Stroke Index 7 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 404
Amateur 365
Amateur 345
Senior/Junior 315
Ladies 293

Pro Tip

The naturalized bunkers on both sides of the fairway require a straight and accurate drive. When attacking the green, it is also necessary to be aware of the two small but incommodious bunkers on the right side.

Hole By Hole - Tenth Hole
Tenth Hole
Stroke Index 10 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 371
Amateur 354
Amateur 326
Senior/Junior 283
Ladies 263

Pro Tip

The undulating fairway creates the illusion that this 371m are shorter than they really are. After avoiding the bunkers of both sides of the fairway on the Tee off, get into the green by the right hand side – the bunker on the left side it’s a though one.

Hole By Hole - Eleventh Hole
Eleventh Hole
Stroke Index 14 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 352
Amateur 329
Amateur 305
Senior/Junior 289
Ladies 273

Pro Tip

A hole to be played with intelligence – the drive’s descent is not easy since the hole is protected by water to the left and by two strategic bunkers to the right. The green is also protected by a beach bunker and water.

Hole By Hole - Twelfth Hole
Twelfth Hole
Stroke Index 2 / PAR 5
Tee Metres
Pro 542
Amateur 482
Amateur 455
Senior/Junior 426
Ladies 379

Pro Tip

This is a highly complicated hole, requiring a straight drive between the water on the left side and the huge bunker on the right side. After a good Tee off it is possible to reach the green in two shots, flying over part of the lake and a beach bunker.

Hole By Hole - Thirteenth Hole
Thirteenth Hole
Stroke Index 18 / PAR 3
Tee Metres
Pro 183
Amateur 155
Amateur 135
Senior/Junior 131
Ladies 113

Pro Tip

A highly complicated hole with a small green protected by a big frontal bunker and a smaller one on the left side. On the right side the sloping ground turns the approaching shot a hard work!

Hole By Hole - Fourteenth Hole
Fourteenth Hole
Stroke Index 6 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 388
Amateur 363
Amateur 314
Senior/Junior 302
Ladies 262

Pro Tip

One of the most beautiful holes of the course. It has two fairways separated by a water-line and a couple of waterfalls. If playing through the left fairway, there’s only a small bunker, but the second shot turns to be really tough – an elevated green with water on the left side. If playing through the right fairway, after making the ball fly over about 200m, the second shot is a much easier one.

Hole By Hole - Fifteenth Hole
Fifteenth Hole
Stroke Index 16 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 288
Amateur 275
Amateur 257
Senior/Junior 241
Ladies 224

Pro Tip

As the shortest par 4 of the course, this is a relatively easy hole without any great obstacles. The fairway is protected by bunkers to the right of the drive’s descent, and once crossed, a wedge can be used for the second shot– be aware of the depression before the green, it gets difficult when approaching from there.

Hole By Hole - Sixteenth Hole
Sixteenth Hole
Stroke Index 12 / PAR 3
Tee Metres
Pro 190
Amateur 180
Amateur 170
Senior/Junior 129
Ladies 120

Pro Tip

On the last par 3 of the course, it is required to hit a very accurate long iron, in order to reach the green. Aim to put the ball on the centre because of the frontal bunker and of the pronounced slopes in both sides.

Hole By Hole - Seventeenth Hole
Seventeenth Hole
Stroke Index 8 / PAR 5
Tee Metres
Pro 538
Amateur 509
Amateur 477
Senior/Junior 412
Ladies 386

Pro Tip

The “signature hole” chosen by Arnold Palmer is the longest hole of the course. All the dangerous sits on the right side, protected with water and several waterfalls. The approaching to the green, which is surrounded by water, is tough.

Hole By Hole - Eighteenth Hole
Eighteenth Hole
Stroke Index 4 / PAR 4
Tee Metres
Pro 423
Amateur 415
Amateur 373
Senior/Junior 340
Ladies 316

Pro Tip

To play the most difficult and challenging par 4 of the course, with water on left side and several bunkers on right side of the fairway, it is required a good and long drive and a very accurate medium iron to get to the green, surrounded by water on the front and left side.

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