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1st hole :
203 m, par 3: passes the door of a restaurant with alluring smell of excellent cuisine – here it is very difficult to gain (win) a score since the ball can be caught by bunkers or a 190 m long ditch and embankment of a local road, and behind the green there lurks a water ditch.
2nd hole :
333 m, par 4: the longest field, that is limited by a local road on its right and on its left there are bunkers and biotopes, which means that an average golf player even with a second stroke cannot hit the green.
3rd hole :
151 m, par 3: across the road with sticks in hands, the green is lower, all located on the right side of a local road.
4th hole :
324 m, par 4: across the local road again on the other side and opposite the field of no. 3 hole, which offers a rather flat and plain course, it is very possible to reach the green with a second stroke.
5th hole :
180 m, par 4: this water hole is situated behind the biggest fish pond, an L – shaped broken play course on the right blocks the eventual attempts of tiger’s leaps, here it is more recommended a defensive game with first stroke before the pond and the second across it onto the green.
223 m, par 3: a local road limits the very last stroke toward the centre of the course before the restaurant on the right, on the left there are several natural and artificial hazards, there you will also find a duplicate of a famous ancient stone bridge from St.Andrews, at the end there is a wide green, spreading in front of many guests and players will have to get used to playing in front of them.
279 m, par 4: all the way from restaurant’s parking lot and practise field for putting and chipping there is a play field no. 7 which faces the East. It is limited on the left by a vineyard and on the lower edge by a water hazard – a creek. A stroke over a 170 m promises, despite the slopping fairway, a possibility to play over the rising ground onto a high green, which is in the front protected by a water ditch.
185 m, par 3: the bounce located in the hill is even higher than a seventh green therefore the ball needs to be putt about 170 m far into the valley over the water hazard – a creek, more precise players will attempt to play straight onto the green.
203 m, par 3: the professionals will have to cross the local road onto the bounce, the amateurs will stay on the other side, it is not easy to reach the green with the first stroke due to a rather wide water hazard – a creek in front of it.