Tee box hole No. 1, is located about thirty meters left from the clubhouse over the pond. Sometimes it is placed on the left side of the pond. The specificity of this hole is that water can make you a problem only when the access is striking green. In case you play harder and switch the green, the ball will certainly end up in the canal. There is also another pond that is 80 meters to the right from the tee box (small lake around the green of hole number 9), but it should not be a problem if you play solid stroke. Stroke should be more on the right side of fairway, because the green is open on that side. For better player, a good choice could be iron (proposal 4 iron), but here many golfers use hybrid, wood, and even driver, which can cause them problems.
The left side of a green is surrounded by “green side” bunker, which can make a lot of problems if the position of a pin is close to it. For that reason it is recommended to use approach hit to hit the front side of the green, because if the ball falls in the second half, it may slip down towards the water hazard as mentioned above.
Putting on the first hole is the easiest, because it is the most open and the widest green. The most difficult pin position is when the flag is placed in the top-right corner towards the hole number 2, while the position near the bunker is considered to be the second most difficult. In general, a two putt are practically certain result, if you belong to a group of golfers with a more solid game near the hole.
This is a rather complicated hole. Although the newly planted trees are still not a big problem, but when they grow at the right side we will have an avenue, while on the left side we will still have lateral hazard along the entire length of the hole. It is this hazard, or channel, that swallowed a lot of balls, and a lot of nerves, a “gospel truth” is that at that place at least one driver ended.
Let’s get back to the second hole. As for all the holes, here it is very important to be on the Fairway. On this hole is traditionally organized a competition for the “longest drive”. However, the best way is to play 4 or 5 iron, in order to minimize the risk of wind which blows almost always to the left, toward the channel. From 140 to 90 meters from the flag on the right side of fairway there is a bunker, probably the biggest one on the field of Golf Club Center. It’s very difficult to play from it, so it’s best to find the fairway. At about 50 meters from the hole, starts the line of the forest, which extends at the entire length of hole 3.
This part of the forest can cause small problem if you go too much to the right from the first or second shoot. It can entail new and perhaps much bigger poblem which is beside the green. It is a large bay on the right side which used to be a water hazard. Now there is grass bunker with the depth of 2.5 to 3 meters from which is very difficult to play. It is necessary to play a fine flop hit in order to keep the ball on quite a narrow green. If the green is switched , there is a risk that ball might go to the left side of the water hazard.
Here, compared to the first hole putting can be extremely difficult. If you are in the lower part of the green there is a long uphill putt waiting for you. Conversely, its even harder to hit the hole.
The specificity of this hole is that the left side of fairway doesn’t have out, while on the right side, up to some 40 meters from the corner flag there is a forest zone with the canal. This right side is the biggest problem for less skilled players who have problem with slice hits. It is very difficult to play from that part because of the dense vegetation and the canal. This hole can be played in two ways:
Variant A: If you want to avoid most of the problems with these hole, you should play some iron (4,5 or 6) and come near 110-120 meters from the corner flag. In that way you can come before the canal known as water hazard. This is the first problem related to the green side bunker on the left side. Second problem is the downhill behind a green on road where golfers move toeard the holes 6 and 8, therefore, it is extremely important not to hit too hard to prevent even bigger problem.
Variant B: Playing wood or driver. Stroke of over two hundred meters will place you after the canal and there will be 70 – 50 meters chip. If you’re on the fairway, it should be safe access to the green, in some send or lob wedge.
Around the green there can be a problem caused by bunker on the left side, and also the one that belong to the hole number 7. It happens that golfers go after a push or slice pinch to that hazard.
Another problem related to the sand waits from the right side behind the green, but in this part golfers don’t go very often. Putting is easier than the second and the green is fairly open. As with the first hole, this part of the game should not be a problem on hole 3.
This is the hardest hole on the golf course. On the other hand, this is the easiest hole on the issue of playing the kick, because no matter if you make a mistake the fairway extends from the both the left and the right side. On the left side is fairway of the 3rd and on the right is fairway of the 5th hole. For this reason, our host only in this hole pulls driver from his bag. The real problem appears in the second part when selection of the club is crucial
Although the green is quite wide, in the mind of many golfers is quite narrow. Hazards which surround the green contribute to that hallucination. On the left and on the right side are water hazards and the one on the right side is much more serious.
In addition to these water hazard in case of stronger driveway stroke, the ball will end up in the grass bunker between a green of the 2nd and the 4th hole
In case of impossibility of playing for one of the two water hazards, dropping area is located in a narrow belt of a
green, right between “two waters”.
After the most difficult hole there is the easiest hole on the course. There aren’t any hazards except the “most terrible” in the form of out on the left side, along the entire length of the hole. On the right side is a more delicate semiraff that may cause a problem.
The goal is to place the starter kick to the right side of the fairway or on the right side from fairway, the further from the out on the left side.
The second hit should avoid the bunker, which is only a few meters in front of the green. If you fall into that part, it is not a big problem to come out from it. Perhaps a bigger problem comes when you switch from the green and ball falls into the grove of trees behind him.
As this hole is considered the easiest, it is logical that here the most of the birdies are made.
If you get to the green from two hits, two putts are safe option for a par, if you haven’t reach the birdies.
Hole No. 6 is the first of two holes designed in the style of “dog leg”. This “dog leg” or “elbow bend” as we call it , goes to the left. The whole left side until the green-up is out of bounds, of course, marked by white stakes.
Although the network is set up, there are players who are still trying to cut off the last part of the elbow curves with the first hit, which is extremely risky option.
It is much wiser, especially in tournaments, to play hybrid or long iron. In such a situation, the ideal hit gets to the outside of the elbow, which completely opens the attack to the green.
The best from the second or any other hit is to attack the left side of the green, because practically the entire part around the flag, in the golf vocabulary, “leaks” on the right side, towards the seventh hole..
However, we should be cautious, because around 10 meteres on the left from the green you are already out of bounds.
The only pair 5 on the course. In contrast to the previous, sixth hole, this elbow is going to the right. At the initial hit, the problem is out of bounds on the right, which extends along the entire right side of the hole.
The first hit should be played with hybrid rescue, then the ball comes to the edge of a dog-leg. At the edge, the the problem can make bunkers on the left and on the right from fairway. From the edge it can be played in two ways.
Variant A: Play before two water hazards that are located on a hill, a hundred meters from the corner flag.
Variant B: Some wood (5 or 3) to go over the water hazard and directly approach the green
Depending on the chosen variant, there is still the third blow that should be on the green in the ideal situation. In case that third hit ends up on the right, closer to the dry canal and the out, not easy chip should be played.
Green is open, like many, with some breaks, so it should not make major problems to the golfers who play good with putter.
After the only pair 5, there is a “relief” for golfers. It is a pair 3 holes, length 140 meters. Quotes are deliberately placed in the first sentence.
The reason for this is narrow and steep green surrounded by three bunker and a steep downhill. If your first hit is short and goes to the right, you will have to play from one of two bunkers. It is certainly easier to play from that further, given that the closer has a deeper and sharper edges that can pose quite a problem in case your ball ends up in the proximal part of the green.
On the left there is the largest of the three bunker. It is the deepest of the three and is very difficult to play with regarding to parallel to it stretches downhill on green.
In the case of switching the green, you can expect a very heavy blow from a level of about 2 meters below the green, like a grass bunker in the second, and fourth hole.
Putting here can be very complex. The most difficult pin positions is the middle left because the green suddenly “leaks” here to the left, so it is very difficult to putt. If you are on the green and yet you are short, or out of the left bunker go out with a short hit, you can expect not easy uphill putt, which requires a very good reading the line of putt.
As cream on the cake comes hole number 9, which ends a few meters from the Club House. Our host recommends that the first hit, depending on the conditions and the length of the grass raff in, use the 4 iron or 3 wood.
When on the both sides of the fairway there is a longer grass, it is recommended to play with 4-iron, which leaves a longer second hit and the problem which brings two water hazards surrounding the green. Wood is used in situations where the grass is shorter and when you do not hesitate to take a risk.
It is much better to put the ball in the right side of the fairway from which the entire green can be seen, as opposed to the left, where the hill with the monument does not allow that luxury. Then you are forced to play “blind”, which in many cases ends up “swimming”, or with a penalty shot.
In case you “stay dry” and by two you come on the green, two putt bring you pair, smile on your face and enjoyable drink with friends