A great starting hole across the creek for the 1st time with a rebuilt elevated green guarded by a deep greenside bunker on the left. Going for the hole when it is positioned back left is an early risk / reward to get your round underway
4th -Sponsored by Moss Vale Village Pharmacy
An outstanding 468m Par 5 and the highest point
on course. You need to drive straight or left for your
approch to the green. Shorter hitters lay up before
the creek, between enormous Pine trees. Longer
hitters can fly the creek and be greenside for 2.
7th - Sponsored by Kennards Hire
A 466m, par 5, with a slight dog leg right just across the creek this hole rewards players that play straight. Stray right or left and you’ll find yourself zig zagging up the fairway.
2nd - Sponsored by Inspirations Paint
Cutting across the course, this 145m, par 3 is a tricky one. A wayward iron shot from the tee will see a tough chip on to the green, with the experienced players playing to the left and allowing the ball to kick back towards the pin.
5th - Crossing the creek for the 2nd time this is a tough par 4 rising back up the hill. This 364m hole plays long and with a hidden bunker on the left hand side of the green proves tough for even the best golfers.
8th -A par 4, which doglegs right nearer the green.
This downhill 373m hole is a tougher when into the wind.The hole is best approached with a tee shot down the left-hand side of the fairway, opening up the green up for a nice approach.
10th - A downhill 309m par 4 requires your drive to stay left of centre. Any approach shots to the green which are too long, will prove difficult to find with Out of Bounds and a creek at the back of the green.
13th - Sponsored by Haille Paine Solicitors
Out the back with the cows, this tee box backs on to open farmland and paddocks. A downhill hole only 312m long, is a chance to score well.
Watch out for the 2 fairway bunkers though………..
11th - The shortest hole on the course, this 127m par 3 has the creek between tee and green and out of bounds to the right, and menacing bunker.
14th - Sponsored by Oxley Building Company
An avenue of pines surrounding the tee means an accurate drive is an absolute necessity. This tough 365m, par 4 needs a drive towards the left of the fairway, leaving more green to work with for the uphill approach shot.
16th - Sponsored by Eyecare Plus Moss Vale
A long 198m Par 3 with sand to the left and water to the back right. Watch out for the ducks!
17th - This longest hole is a 501m par 5 starts with a tee backing on to paddocks and farmland. It takes 2 long hits up the big open fairway to look at the green, with a bunker left and right, but a lovely funnel on the right kicks the ball towards the pin.
3rd - Sponsored by Saunders Transport
A sweeping uphill par 4 of 291m and gives accurate drivers a chance to “cut the corner” and leave a short chip to the green. A wayward tee shot though, may leave you high in the scrub, or back below the pin with a tricky uphill approach.
6th - A 160m, par 3 across the pond. The downhill position of the green allows you to clear the dam and get a nice kick towards the green. The green
is surrounded by tall trees with players rewarded when taking on the water…and clearing it.
9th - Sponsored by Gillespies Accountants
The fairway bends to the left on this short, 313m, par 4. A bunker on the front left side of the green awaits any loose approach shots.
12th - Over the creek with your tee shot this uphill 324m par 4 is best played from the right side of the fairway with a huge gum tree and a bunker on the left side of the green
15th - Sponsored by Moss Vale Motor Group
One of the toughest holes, this 401m par 4 is long and challenging. With trees left and right including a few fairway mounds at the 150m mark, it is best to stay left of centre leaving an uphill approach into the green. Many players play this hole like a par 5.
18th - A tee shot to the right side of the fairway is essential leaving a brilliant looking finish to your round with the green set in front of Dormie House and the Pro Shop. The final crossing of the creek with a down hill approach.