A straight par-5 hole featuring, among other difficulties, a row of small lakes to the left of the fairway and the out-of-bounds on the alley to the right. A distinctive feature is a large lake to the left, about 160 metres away from the tee.
The longest par-4 hole of the path and certainly the most difficult one of the course. Your tee shot must go straight for 200 metres if you want to reach the green with the second shot. The second shot for 150 metres must face the challenge of a front lake and of a bunker to the left of the green.
This par-4 hole features the same difficulties as its twin hole 1, but for a few more metres to cover from the tee.
A par-4 hole with no particular difficulties. The landing area of the drive is very large and free from any obstacles. The green is protected by a front waterway, 20 metres away from the green, and by a bunker to the left side.
A short par-5 hole, where you will need precision rather than length in your shot. In fact, the fairway features the out-of-bounds area to the left and a series of water obstacles to the right. The green is small, and therefore easy.
From the start of this par-4 hole, you will see the green but not the landing zone of the first drive. If you place your first shot well, then your second shot to the green will be easy. The green is protected by some small mounds.
The longest par-3 hole of the path. The front of the green is protected by two bunkers, of which the one to the left is small and the one to the right is very large.
A dogleg left, very technical hole. It features a water obstacle to the front, 200 metres away from the tee, which makes the tee shot a demanding task for players. The shot to the green must be quite narrow, as some trees invade the fairway.
A short par-3 hole.