Two small channels, one on the right and one on the left perpendicular to the fairway, are ready to penalise players who are less precise with their drives.
The green has steep slopes, and a deep bunker in front left.
particular attention to reading the green.
Long par 3 with a small water hazard crossing the fairway.
A large bunker protects the green to the left and at the back.
On the right, look out for the small wood.
Two thirds of the green slopes towards the front left.
when the flag is short, avoid going long.
Dogleg left. The drive is affected to the right by an out of bounds beyond the row of maritime pines, and to the left by a side water obstacle.
At the dogleg corner a group of trees can become a problem for longer drives, or for the second shots of less experienced players.
Watch out for the channel that crosses the fairway three quarters of the way down the hole.
The green slopes decisively from right to left.
Watch out for the bunker that stands twenty metres from the green on the left-hand side.
Short, but far from simple.
Two bunkers, one on the front left and one on the right side, defend the very narrow and long green.
avoid making mistakes on the right.
Short, but tricky due to the presence of the lake that borders the hole on the left side all the way to the beginning of the green.
A channel crosses the fairway horizontally at the start of the lake.
A bunker on the right side can affect medium to long drives.
The latter is very narrow and expands from right to left, protected by a bunker at the front right and another very deep one at the rear.
for high handicap players, with the first shot play a lay up before the lake.
Par 4 not very long. Two bunkers come into play on the drive, one on the right and a longer one on the left.
The green, which is on two levels, is almost completely surrounded by water.
for less experienced players, greens to be reached in three strokes.
Medium length, with a lake that accompanies the hole on the left side to below the green.
Two bunkers defend it, one in front on the left and one behind.
Watch out for the trees on the right. Together with hole 5 they form a very large green.
Bounded on both sides by a row of maritime pines.
Out of bounds on the right can become dangerous for the drives of lesser players.
On the second shot, take into account the gully on the left side at three quarters of the hole.
The green is surrounded by bunkers.
For more experienced players it is a bridge opportunity, as the green can be reached with the second shot.
With a large lake on the right-hand side.
Another lake defends the green on three sides, as well as two bunkers at the front.
Worthy final hole of a competitive course at all levels.
with the drive aiming to the left.