Planting of trees on the right of the fairway has given this hole more shape and curves. Coupled with the left hand slope, this hole will require a thoughtful approach. An accurate drive is all important but the approach shot that misses the green to the left will pay a hefty price!
A relatively short hole, but none the less extremely tricky. Teeing overwater into a narrow fairway with water hugging both sides of the fairway. Then a small approach over a water again into a nicely tucked away pin with water behind, in front and to the left of the hole. Mind your step.. you might catch a glimpse of the local resident crocodile.
An interesting hole with a dogleg to the right. The green is protected by a lake directly in front and tall vegetation to the right. Which ever route is taken the large crowd along the 12th fairway should see some fabulous golf over the weekend.
The South Pacific Export 13th has been transformed over the last couple of years. Large swales demand accurate putting!
The Green is nestled up against the water has added a new dimension to the 14th. An accurate drive down the left side of the fairway will reward but the approach shot will demand a steady nerve as any errant shots will be severely punished.
This wide fairway demands the golfer open the shoulders and go for distance. Not too many dangers and an excellent birdie opportunity provided the drive doesn’t deviate to the right.
Expect a large and interested gallery wandering past from the Erima settlement. Otherwise a relatively straightforward par 3 and a distinct birdie opportunity.
A long par 4 with Parliament Haus and Independence Hill on the right where the giant PNG flag shows the wind direction. Requires an accurate drive to exit the tee to the right to set up a longish approach to a small unprotected green.
A dogleg to the right should not present difficulties as the fairway is wide. A short and accurate approach shot to the narrow green provides the opportunity for a confidence boosting birdie before tackling the treacherous “Amen Corner” where championships are won and lost.