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Left dogleg five-par hole, upgraded fairway. Where the first ball falls are surrounded by sand traps. Golfers have to choose their clubs carefully to ensure the correct placement. Golfers who strike to the right have big chances to reach green with two strikes, otherwise the ball would fall in trap. With its tricky gradient, golfers who want to have good score better watch out for their choices.
East Area-Second hole
Par 3 / Ladies 107 / Men 173 / Pro 208
Declined three-par hole, with a huge pond in front of it. The actual distance is farther than golfers can see, therefore golfers have to strike with all their might to reach green. But watch out for the sand traps around the green! You need a artful strike to earn you good score.
East Area-Third hole
Par 4 / Ladies 363 / Men 397 / Pro 433
A mighty driver is essential for this hole. With its far distance and its upgraded hole, you may strike to the right if you are a skillful golfer. Be sure not to draw, or your second strike will has to fly over a huge sand trap to reach green. To strike a birdie from the hollow-green, you can short-strike to make the ball closer to the hole.
East Area-Fourth hole
Par 4 / Ladies 387 / Men 449 / Pro 472
With its downhill configuration and slightly left dogleg, both sides along the fairway are two tall trees. This has do some influence to your strike. Therefore, driver and drive are essential. Sand traps can be seen in the front right side and the left side of the narrow green. On the back of green are sand traps and traps. Putter to green is suggested.
East Area-Fifth hole
Par 5 / Ladies 471 / Men 558 / Pro 601
This drive has the most challenging hole. Not only it has long distance, but also it is bumpy. There is a big pond in front of drive site and there are many sand traps along the drive. To get good scores in this hole, to avoid the left sand pit when strike and to extend the distance at first strike are must
East Area-Sixth hole
Par 4 / Ladies 332 / Men 382 / Pro 407
This hole is relatively easier. This hole looks like right dogleg but in fact is straight. Even there are sand traps around, golfers can conquer this hole if his or her strike is straight enough. When strike, make the ball to fall near the right sand trap, and the next is to strike straight to reach green. Choose your second golf club carefully can avoid the sand traps around green.
East Area-Seventh hole
Par 4 / Ladies 341 / Men 386 / Pro 435
This is a four-par downhill hole. With two big ponds guarded in front of green, the trick to get score is to control the distance of line and the second strike. With sand traps to the right and on the back , the best way to reach green is to strike the ball to the right and avoid the sand traps on the right side. Putter carefully on green is must. This hole looks easy but in fact is very challenging.
East Area-Eighth hole
Par4 / Ladies 302 / Men 382 / Pro 411
This is a uphill drive with sand traps on the left and trap on the right. Precise strike is required. If golfers can make the first tee to be near to the left side, it won't be a problem to reach green at the second strike. The slope tilts from left to right, and with its left side wide and right side narrow. Plus there are sand traps to the right side of green, the half left area of hole would be the perfect placement on green.
East Area-Ninth hole
Par 3 / Ladies 166 / Men 190 / Pro 233
Playing to a “Gullwing” style green this long par 3 will be a formidable test of golf for even the most advanced golfers. With decks on either of a swale that runs through the green, playing to the same side as the pin will be very important to good scoring. Trying to play the hit and run will require a very precise shot as only a very narrow portion of the fairway runs onto the green. There is a large sprawling bunker guarding the front left of the green and a deep grassy hollow guarding the right that your tee shot will have to carry to reach the green. Be careful though not to over club on your tee shot, there is a bunker on the back right side and a grassy hollow in the back left of the green.
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