Holes 19-27 known as the High loop naturally evelvates you to the highest points on the course. Don’t be deceived by this loop, many a good score card has been wrecked on here!
A tough par 5 requiring a plan of attack. Aim your tee shot left of centre to avoid the bunker on the right. For your second, check your yardage to play just short of the left hand bunker to leave yourself a short iron shot in. The approach shot is over water into a well-guarded green. Check your yardage as you need to be precise to make sure you are putting.
Do not be tempted to cut too much off the corner as you can be blocked out for your second. A tee shot down the centre with a gentle fade will put you in the ideal position. The approach is uphill to a green that slopes steeply from back to front – take enough club but try to leave your ball short rather than long for an easier uphill putt.
A tough hole, especially if a westerly is blowing. Aim your tee shot up the left half of the fairway and then the second too, unless you can fly it all the way. Aim left and allow the slopes to take the ball onto the green. The green itself slopes from back-left to front-right, so, ideally, leave your ball short of the pin for an easier uphill putt.
A par five where you should aim your tee shot down the left side of the fairway. For the second shot, bear right of the bunker. Long hitters can get home in two here but their line must be more risky from the tee, keeping just inside the right fairway bunker and then playing a long, gentle fade at the left side of the green.