The hilly course is bordered by tall trees, flourishing shrubbery and high-grade sand bunkers, all features of what is an immaculately kept course which prides itself on the highest maintenance levels, resulting in perfect playing conditions. The rolling fairways are the target from the tee but it’s often not that simple with several holes featuring tricky water hazards and greens which tend to slope from back to front, ensuring shot selection in your approach will be key to successful putting. The course starts as it means to go on with hazards everywhere you look, a strong tee shot down the middle will fill you with confidence ahead of a tricky round. The first par-3 is at the 3rd and is one of the course’s most majestic holes, playing over a lake with views across the surrounding landscape; the pin position is tucked behind water on the right side of the green posing the question - safe to the left or an aggressive shot towards the flag? At 14, you’ll be faced with a solid chance at a birdie where you tee off from an elevated position down towards a tight fairway but the green is definitely reachable in three. Your round will end with a great par-4 where water cuts in front of the green - make sure you know your distances by this point or you could end by scoring high.
Off the course the sports club boasts impressive golfing facilities. A well serviced pro shop is there for any essential pre-round purchases while a refreshment kiosk is open all day for a mid-round snack or drink. In the clubhouse are clean, modern locker rooms as well as luxury amenities such as a jacuzzi and sauna to relax after a long day on the course. For a more substantial meal, the Chalet Restaurant is very popular amongst guests and can seat up to 100 diners.