The course measures at just over 6,300 yards but is full of challenging hazards which demand precise, accurate shots from the tee box to the greens. As you navigate round the course you will be met with many risk-reward situations, which for golfers who hit it long, can pose quite a dilemma as there is sure to be some close shaves between taking on a long carry or going for the green which is heavily protected. In fact, water is in play on almost every hole, with the 2nd hole forcing an accurate approach with water left of the green and bunkers gracing the right. With a lake running down the full length of the par-5 3rd, its the first par-3 of the course which presents us with the first island green. The hardest hole on the course is the 9th which is lined by heavy trees and the fairway is split by wetland lakes and huge bunkers before putting on a mind-boggling undulating green - walking away with a par is very impressive. The course’s signature hole is the par-3 11th; despite being relatively straight forward measuring at 185 yards, the hole’s natural beauty is what makes it stand out. The tee is surrounded by the South China Sea and to reach the green you’ll pass the Tambaland River while enjoying views to the distant Mount Kinabalu. This course will definitely test every facet of your golf game but at the same time can be hugely rewarding and is one of the most picturesque course on the Borneo island.
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