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Sea & Pines

PAR 4 SI 2

The start of a round with a wide, straight fairway. Its greatest difficulty lies in distance. The fairway is wide, but there is a bunker on each side of the fairway. The green is protected by a stream in front and a bunker to the right. In addition, another bunker to the rear stops balls from rolling into the lake. The green is ample, with a small undulation.

PAR 5 SI 12

The men’s tee offers the option to take a short cut over some trees set 180 metres to the right, or to take the safer route to the left-hand side. The entrance to the green is protected by a small lake that is only visible from 100 metres away. The wide green has two tiers which fall away to the lake, favouring approaches that are close to the flag.

PAR 4 SI 6

A long par four with a pronounced dogleg to the right, with an out-of-bounds to the right that comes into play, especially if the intention is to cut across the fairway. To get onto the green in two, a good drive is essential. The green is surrounded by small dunes and is narrow and long.

PAR 4 SI 18

A recovery hole with a dogleg to the right. Big hitters can choose to shorten the hole by hitting their tee shot over the palm trees, but there is a risk of going out-of-bounds on the right. The approach to the green is made harder by a bunker that protects the entrance on the left.

PAR 4 SI 4

A hole that is complicated by the large lake that protects the green. The starting tee offers an ample fairway, but a long shot can lead to a shot on a downward slope Players who prefer not to take the risk have the option to play the hole by keeping to the lake on their left. Almost the entire green falls away to the lake that surrounds it to the front, right, and back.

PAR 4 SI 14

The most emblematic hole of the round, due to its magnificent sea views. The danger lies in the out-of-bounds to the left of the fairway and behind the green. The approach to the green is better if you bear to the left, since there is a very deep bunker on the right. In addition, there is a very pronounced stream before the green. The green is laid along a diagonal to the right, and slopes to the right as well.

PAR 3 SI 10

Depending on the wind, this par 3 can be very long or very achievable. For shorter hitters, it is better to bear to the left so that the shot over the lake is shorter. The green is wide, sloping towards the back, and with two bunkers on each side.

PAR 5 SI 8

The whole fairway slopes from right to left. There is a gentle dogleg to the left and it is important to avoid the pines that lie along the fairway. The tee shot needs to be to the centre left of the fairway to ensure a better second shot. The raised green is protected by bunkers, especially on the right.

PAR 3 SI 16

A long par 3 in which the choice of club varies greatly according to the wind direction. The entrance to the green is very narrow due to the bunkers that line it. The green’s main characteristics are its width and its two tiers, which are not visible from the tee.

PAR 4 SI 3

A very difficult hole designed for big hitters. To reach the green in two, you need to hit a long, high shot over the pines towards one of the smallest greens on the course. For less powerful hitters, it is recommended to avoid the two bunkers on the right before the green. The green is slightly raised and protected by a bunker on the right.

PAR 5 SI 11

The shortest par 5 of the round, with a pronounced dogleg to the left. There is out of bounds all along the left-hand side of the fairway. A very achievable hole, keeping the ball on the fairway should be prioritised over distance in order to give yourself a shot at the green, which is protected by a bunker on each side and a large stream behind.

PAR 4 SI 13

A short hole with a pronounced dogleg to the right. Big hitters can hit a long drive without too much risk – only the pines that that surround the green can complicate the shot. The green is slightly raised and has a bunker hidden just behind.

PAR 5 SI 9

The longest hole of the whole round, with a slight dogleg to the left. At first glance, there is no major difficulty other than its length, but a few pines set strategically along a wide fairway and bunkers that come in to play can complicate the hole. For the approach shot, players need to take account of the fact that the end of the green is not visible, since it slopes front to back. A wide green surrounded by small dunes.

PAR 4 SI 17

A dogleg to the right. A precise tee shot is essential to have a clear shot to the green without trees in the way, since the rough on the right is full of pines and the left half of the fairway has more pines just where the ball lands. Because the green is very long, the choice of club can vary greatly based on the position of the flag.

PAR 3 SI 15

A short par 3, but a green that is well protected by a bunker to the left and another to the right. You should also be aware of a bunker at the back left, which is not visible from the tee. The green is long and has subtle breaks that are difficult to read.

PAR 4 SI 5

The beginning of the end of a difficult round. A long, wide par 4 with out-of-bounds to the right and left. The drive can be complicated by a bunker strategically placed on the right. On the left, some pines impede the long shot to an elevated green. Protecting the green is a bunker in front, and another one to the right that is hidden. The green is wide, with very little slope.

PAR 4 SI 1

A very long hole with a dogleg to the right. The drive must aim for the left of the fairway, but even there you will find an enormous pine right in the middle of the fairway that makes the second shot difficult. The green is protected by a gentle stream.

PAR 3 SI 7

A long and narrow par 3 which requires you to fly your shot to the green due to a bunker in front and another to the right. The pin position cannot be seen from the tee, because the green is slightly elevated. The green is very big, so at this difficult final hole “it is better to overshoot than to fall short.”