The Second Nine

The tenth hole at the start of the second nine enjoys beautiful views of both waterway and landscape. The hole plays downhill and away from the water with a dogleg to the right. 





10th Hole








11th Hole





The eleventh hole is a dramatic interplay with two doglegs the first to the right and the second to the left, an interesting par 5 with great chances of long iron shots. 

The twelfth is a par 4 with a wide contoured green. It takes a slight dogleg to the left with the second shot with fairway bunkers lining its edges for errant shots. Though short, the thirteenth hole poses a real test of accuracy as both the water hazard and bunkers run at the front of the ribbon green. 





13th Hole





The fourteenth is a fairly straight downhill hole warming up to the longer par 5 at the fifteenth. The two lobed green of the sixteenth hole guarded to the right and left by fairway bunkers is quite a test of precision to golfers of both high and low handicap. The boldness of shape and form culminates at the seventeenth hole as the green is set atop a fifteen yards high mound. The short hole also enjoys the stunning view of Mt. Kilimanjaro as well as the expanses of moorland surrounding the course as seen from the high green.







17th Hole

Designed to give a fairly relaxed finish to the second nine, the eighteenth hole is a relatively short par 4 playing at 390 yards from the back tee. The fairway runs along a lateral waterway to the left and strategically placed pot bunkers to its right. A slight dogleg to the left leaves about half of the green visible from the tees as the approach shot calls for decisive club selection to avoid the creek and catch bunkers behind the green. The eighteenth hole also enjoys breathtaking sceneries of both landscape and avant-garde architecture of the clubhouse area and a memorable experience of unrivaled art and unmatched golf.





18th Hole






The par 3 executive course is a blend of both popular and unique trends and styles of golf course architecture. From elevated tees to pot bunkers and contoured greens that give character to the short course, the executive course offers the most exciting par 3 round of pleasurable golf.