Hole by hole description
Hole 1. PAR 4
A relatively comfortable hole and without much difficulty to start off with. You play the driver to the centre-left of the fairway in order to avoid the bunkers and have a better angle of attack on the green.
Hole 2 PAR 3
With 2 big difficulties: various enormous bunkers protecting the green on the right, and an immense green which, in case of landing the ball far from the flag it will take more than two putts to hole the ball.
Hole 3. PAR 5
The difficulty of this hole lies in its length (approx. 500 m.) The fairway is wide and allows a good stretch with the driver. With the second strike you have to be careful to not get near the bunkers that protect access to the green by the left side, and to avoid the big lake on the right that goes all the way till the green. Watch the position of the flag as you attack it because the green has a subsequent piano.
Hole 4. PAR 4
This hole has a slight dogleg on the right. You have to play the first bunker that you see to the left of the pine trees. Then you face a slope that will require one or two sticks more than the usual to attack the high green that has an area on the right that is protected by bunkers. The green has a piano in the middle which gives it plenty movement, so watch the flag position.
Hole 5. PAR 4
A hole with subtle uphill and practically straight until its end, in which the green is located at the left. Its best to play it by the right area of the fairway, because the left is protected with two strategically placed bunkers. Also, the area on the right of the fairway enables you to attack the green most comfortably and with the best angle.
Hole 6 PAR 4
Its crucial to align yourself well at the start because you need to take the fairway down the middle. Then attack the green by its left side keeping in mind that it is elevated and for that reason not discard the possibility of going for one more stick.
Hole 7. PAR 4
Play a strong driver at the lake's border. Don't worry because you won't reach the water. The second strike is to the flag. If you don't see it clearly due to the presence of so much water, go for the left side, where the slope at the fairway's border will also help you.
Hole 8. PAR 3
It's a par 3 that has access to a green that is protected by an enormous bunker. On the right side you have a lake that obliges you to play with your sight upon the left side of the green. The slope of this area can help a lot if we are not too precise, making the ball roll until the green. It is very large and with very soft drops.
Hole 9. PAR 5
Par 5 with a spectacularly high first strike. Adjust the driver to the left of the first group of bunkers. Playing above these is not advisable - unless you are a great striker. Then the hole presents a straight uphill until the green. Always look toward the right area of the fairway. You will have a better attack angle on the green and less difficulties. The green is deep and has a lot of movement.
Hole 10. PAR 4
Start the second round with this par 4. You have to aim with the driver to the right of the bunker which is on the left of the fairway. From there it is just one second comfortable strike to the green. The green is very big and it's best to attack it by the left being careful to not pass it.
Hole 11 PAR 3
Too long for a par 3. And the green is deep. If the flag is far off it gets much more complicated. It's best to attack by the right, where the absence of obstacles and the slope favours the entrance to the green.
Hole 12. PAR 5
Par 5 goes practically straight and downhill all the way. There are no outstanding difficulties, although it's recommendable to go by the left of the fairway as on that side the slope favours the game.
Hole 13. PAR 4
This precise par 4 offers another spectacular high start-off. You will need a long driver strike to the centre-left of the fairway in order to be able to attack the green with the second strike. It makes a dogleg to the right upon a slope. This last circumstance makes one think in one or two more sticks in order to enter a green that has plenty movement and is well protected by bunkers.
Hole 14. PAR 3
Par 3 which presents a pretty large green. If you must to choose, it's best to enter by the right side. If the strike goes to the left or if it's too long, the ball is sure to go into a bunker.
Hole 15. PAR 4
It is an authentic challenge. To enter well you must give two very powerful strikes of more than 200 m. The fairway has a straight slope. The green has a small subsequent piano that makes you have to keep particular watch on the position of the flag.
Hole 16. PAR 5
A hole where strategy plays a fundamental role. An excellent option is to play conservatively in order to acquire the par. Concentrate on playing by the left side of fairway. The right side will only bring you trouble. The entrance to the green is narrow and well protected by bunkers and water.
Hole 17. PAR 4
The whole left part of the hole is a lake. Aim with the driver to the right of the bunker, which is found on the left part, half way down the fairway. Attack the green by the left.
Hole 18. PAR 4
It can qualify as the star hole of this field. Specially due to its spectacular views that it offer from its parting tee. The fairway we have below is wide and generous in appearance, perfect for connecting a good driver strike. Its advisable to play the centre-right, being careful to not get the bunkers involved in the game. Then, by the same area, attack the green with conviction.