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THE PAT COURSE AT WEST BEACH PARKS

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Hole 1

Rated hardest hole on the course. 368 meters off the blue markers the first hole can play long especially into the wind.

Pro Tip

Use driver off the tee aiming to the left side of fairway. This will leave you a mid-iron shot left into the green.

PAR
3
  • 368 m 337 m Index 1
  • 325 m Index 3

Hole 2

The second hole is a short par 3 124 meters long with greenside bunkers on both sides. The green being a 2-tiered green can make it a little tricky to judge the correct distance.

Pro Tip

If pin is located at the back of green, make sure you use plenty of club, so the ball reaches the second tier.

PAR
3
  • 124 m 122 m Index 18
  • 96 m Index 16

Hole 3

A straight par 4 that measures 326 meters. With water on the righthand side, the best play is to drive the ball on the lefthand side of fairway. This leaves you with a short iron in to the green.

Pro Tip

Be mindful of the greenside bunkers on the left side of green and when putting as the green can be sneaky quick.

PAR
3
  • 326 m 308 m Index 11
  • 276 m Index 8

Hole 4

First par 5 for the round. Landing the ball on the righthand side of fairway gives you great opportunity to hit a nice lay-up shot (be mindful, too far right will end up in a water hazard) or if you are feeling adventurous you can go for the green.

Pro Tip

Being a smaller green with bunkers on each side, the lay-up option is the safer play option.

PAR
3
  • 471 m 447 m Index 13
  • 444 m Index 2

Hole 5

Tough par 3. Greenside bunkers surround the green and can often be played into a stiff breeze.

Pro Tip

Try and place iron shot underneath the hole to leave you an uphill putt. A downhill putt can be extremely quick.

PAR
3
  • 157 m 132 m Index 10
  • 111 m Index 15

Hole 6

Dog leg left par 4 of 340 meters. Aiming at the right-hand bunker from the tee will give you a short to mid iron to the green.

Pro Tip

Stay below the hole is the best position to putt from. Over the back is a no-go zone.

PAR
3
  • 340 m 322 m Index
  • 289 m Index

Hole 7

Another dog leg, this one is to the right. Drive the ball on the left side of fairway. This will open the hole to hit your second shot, gaining more yardage closer to the hole. Your third shot will be set up to attack the green with a short iron.

Pro Tip

Going over the corner is a brave shot for longer hitters. Avoid green side bunkers to the left & back of the green.

PAR
3
  • 496 m 476 m Index
  • 458 m Index

Hole 8

Open wide par 4. A good hole to let your driver rip! A large fairway bunker in the middle of the fairway which is reachable from the tee makes you drive the ball on the lefthand side or righthand side of fairway.

Pro Tip

Hit the ball on the lefthand side to open the green for your approach shot and take greenside bunkers out of play.

PAR
3
  • 401 m 363 m Index
  • 322 m Index

Hole 9

Nice Par 4 of 319 meters with a fairway bunker in the middle of the fairway and one on the righthand side.

Pro Tip

Longer hitters to go over the middle bunker, shorter hitters to keep ball to the LHS of the middle fairway bunker.

PAR
3
  • 319 m 296 m Index
  • 281 m Index

Hole 10

Tricky short par 4 which can cause some damage to your scorecard. Attack with a driver to the green which will give you a blind shot over the left fairway bunker or layup to the right of fairway with a long iron or fairway wood.

Pro Tip

Make sure you keep away from the deep left hand green side bunker.

PAR
3
  • 290 m 270 m Index
  • 251 m Index

Hole 11

Straight par 4 of 361 meters. Place driver to the left-hand side of fairway avoiding the fairway bunkers to the left.

Pro Tip

Take a middle-short iron approach to a green that has deep side bunkers both left and right-hand side of the green.

PAR
3
  • 361 m 332 m Index 7
  • 310 m Index 9

Hole 12

Par 3 of 167 meters in length with a large putting surface. Greenside bunkers on the right of green. The play is to aim for left side of green and this will give you the best chance of hitting the green and giving yourself a birdie opportunity.

Pro Tip

The green is elevated and deep so make sure to take an extra club.

PAR
3
  • 167 m 141 m Index 15
  • 111 m Index 18

Hole 13

Par 5 with a generous fairway giving you plenty of room using driver off the tee. The green is smallish so your approach shot needs to be accurate as landing the ball too short or over the green will leave you in a tricky position.

Pro Tip

Avoid the deep front green side bunker.

PAR
3
  • 475 m 457 m Index 9
  • 419 m Index 6

Hole 14

Hole 14 is a straightforward par 4 which has two fairways bunkers situated on the left-hand side. Keep tee shot to the right-hand side of the fairway. This will keep you out of trouble giving you a long to mid iron approach shot into a big green.

Pro Tip

Avoid the green side bunker to the left.

PAR
3
  • 406 m 375 m Index 2
  • 365 m Index 11

Hole 15

Short par 4 which can cause some damage to your round if you end up in trouble off the tee. Fairway bunkers on the left and a water hazard on the right which come into play off the tee.

Pro Tip

Hit a straight drive, giving yourself length so you can attack the green with a wedge to gain a low score.

PAR
3
  • 303 m 294 m Index 14
  • 251 m Index 12

Hole 16

The 16th hole is the final par 3 for the round. Measuring 136 meters long and the green having two deep bunkers on the left giving yourself enough club to hit the green is vital.

Pro Tip

Always fly the ball to the hole as the is a soft green and your ball will check up quick.

PAR
3
  • 136 m 117 m Index 17
  • 97 m Index 17

Hole 17

The 17th hole has some water on the righthand side so to be sure to keep the ball on the left. Hitting towards the green you have a tree to the left of the green which can come into play.

Pro Tip

Leave yourself plenty of room on the right-hand side so your approach shot to the green is clear.

PAR
3
  • 473 m 436 m Index 4
  • 381 m Index 4

Hole 18

The final hole of the day. A quaint par 4 which doglegs to the right. Make sure you steer your drive down the left as there are fairways bunkers to the right. This will open the green and allow you to hit a short iron into a long narrow green.

Pro Tip

There may be a birdie opportunity here, leaving you to finish off your round of golf on a good note.

PAR
3
  • 300 m 285 m Index 12
  • 266 m Index 10