Hole 1: A demanding par 4. The game starts with a barrier of trees on both sides of the fairway and out of bounds on the left side. The fairway is undulating and the tee shot must reach the first level. An excessively long bump can be punitive. This hole has a very undulating and slope green, a true test of your putting skill.
Hole 2: A short par 3 which location of the tees does not allow have visibility to the green. For any level of players is low hole, although the green is protected with a bunker before and one on the right. A shot to the left of the green can bring the ball out of bounds. The green is large and easy to read.
Hole 3: This spectacular par 5 (the longest in Europe), is certainly a special hole. At tee you will feel that you have a hard shot with the fairway drooping to the right. The fairway is wide but protected by a curtain of trees on both sides. The first shot should be placed more to the left of the fairway so that the following shot will be better placed to the green.
Hole 4: Playing from tees that are lower than the fairway, this par 4 is easy, the more difficult is the curtain of cedars on the right shot at the output. The green is elevated and tilted to the left where there is a bunker.
Hole 5: This par 4 is a dog-leg to the left that intimidates any player. The drive should bow before the bunker to the left to get the ball in the correct position, the second shot to rise to a well protected green by a bunker in front. This green has two levels and the placement of the ball is essential to have an easy putt. The back of the green is high and the front part has a small platform.
Hole 6: Another par 4, this time with shorter dog-leg left, but with several difficulties. The left is a whole area out of bounds and missed a shot to the right has a bunker, two elements that are a challenge. The tee is slightly higher than the fairway but no one sees the green. The first bunker is 170 meters right. Professional players can play a shot on a draw and reach the green but not worth the risk. The green is relatively flat.
Hole 7: Par 5 with a dog-leg to the left. For most players, is a matter of deciding the best club to achieve the necessary left dog-leg, with bunkers on right, and a slope and pine trees on left. The green is higher and care must be taken to risk the second shot. The green is large and easy to read.
Hole 8: Par 3 that will surely stay in the memories of players. The green is located on top of the valley, where the balls hit to the left tends to leave the limits. The best will knock the center right of the green.
Hole 9: Par 4 with terraced tees. Play to the platform of the fairway before the road. The second shot must be precise. The green situated across the road, is placed in a slight depression, guarded by obstacles, a irrigation water around the green and a bunker on the left.
Hole 10: Great par 4 to start the second round. Play with drive to the right side of the fairway, avoiding the obstacle and out of bounds at the left. The first shot is slightly blind, but the ball must be placed into a second shot to the green. The more daring can try the green from the tee. this may be rewarded or taken to repeat the shot. The green is lower than the fairway. This hole has a green protected by two bunkers on the right side.
Hole 11: It’s a short par 4. Straight on however with a curtain of trees strategically placed on the left. If the second shot to the green is long you can be penalized.
Hole 12: This par 4 is a long dog-leg right. A real challenge for the player who wants to achieve the green with the second shot. The shot out put is slightly down and should reach at least 200 meters, the second shot is to a tricky green, with many bumps and protected by a lake on the left and trees right.
Hole 13: This par 5 is played from elevated tees, through a gentle valley to the fairway. The green is on top of the hill to the left tilted to the right where a bunker is. The second shot should be positioned to be easier attack the green.
Hole 14: It’s a short par 4 with out-of-bounds on the right. The player is encouraged to play to the center of the fairway and then play a short shot to the green. The green is surrounded by a stream which protects the entrance of the balls on the green and not allows shots to roll. The green is very accessible, however long that may make the difficult putt.
Hole 15: Par 3 to rise and the green with 2 levels. The choice of iron must be precise because the elevation of the green.
Hole 16: Par 4 entirely forward. The second shot has to be high because of the wall before the green. The green is long and without much inclination. The hole is accompanied on its left side by a creek.
Hole 17: Par 3 short with very long green with three levels. The hole is accompanied by a creek snaking the tee to the green.
Hole 18: This par 4 has a narrow outlet with out of bounds on left and a curtain of trees on the right. The first shot confront the landing area protected by the creek, you must put the ball in the fairway before this obstacle. The second shot must be taken attention to the terrain around the green that is not flat.