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Easy travelling distances from Hamilton, Tauranga and Auckland, discover the hidden gem of Waikato courses...

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The Back Nine...

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Hole Ten: Par 5 Distance 476m Stroke 10.
A long par five with the landing area of the fairway sloping to the right. Trees guard both sides of the fairway from tee to green. The second shot must be straight to give you a clear shot to the green.

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Hole Eleven: Par 4 Distance 370m Stroke 4
A difficult hole with a narrow driving area, a pine tree lateral hazard on the left and trees protecting the right side. The hole bends slightly left with a green positioned below you for your approach shot. Another small target green with a large gradient from the back to the front. Never an easy up and down if you miss right here, aim slightly to the left side of the green with your approach.

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Hole Twelve: Par 3 Distance 143m Stroke 16
A simple par three but with an elevated green, with a single tree guarding the left side. A sloped green from right to left making several pin positions difficult, its best to be below the hole to have a chance at a birdie here.

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Hole Thirteen: Par 4 Distance 352 Stroke 8
A difficult hole that dog legs right with out of bounds boundary fence from tee to green. A drive that is either straight or slightly to the right of the fairway is best here. Tall trees can be taken on down the right to make the hole shorter but you need to be accurate. The second shot must also be accurate as the out of bounds is only a few metres from the right side of the green and the left side has a lake bordering the green.

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Hole Fourteen: Par 5 Distance 458m Stroke 6
A good par five, another straight drive here as out of bounds is down the right side. A small lake in front of the tee may test your nerves but should not come into play. A pine tree lateral hazard protects the left hand side, which may block your second shot. The second shot will need to be long and straight to make the top of the hill. Keep away from the trees on both sides of the fairway otherwise your third shot will be blind to an elevated green.

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Hole Fifteen: Par 3 Distance 127 Stroke 18
The last short par three, a narrow tee shot with tall trees framing the hole. The small green is sloped from back to the front making most putts tricky.

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Hole Sixteen: Par 4 Distance 339m Stroke 2
A difficult but straight hole. The tee shot is narrow due to the out of bounds fence on the right and the large pines on the left. The second shot needs to be accurate to the elevated green. Miss the green here and it is a difficult up and down for par.

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Hole Seventeen: Par 4 Distance 314m Stroke 12
With a good tee shot this is a short par four. An undulating fairway will give a good tee shot a nice roll. Aim a little left of centre to gain the best kick and placement into the middle of the fairway. Any tee shots right are punished with the tree line blocking most approach shots and further right is an open drain marked as hazard. The second shot is to an elevated green which is narrow and has a surprising amount of slope from left to right. Most putts will break on this green.

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Hole Eighteen: Par 4 329m Stroke 14
 
This challenging finishing hole goes straight hole back to the club house. The tee shot is narrow due to a large tree left of the tee and the large pines on the right. The landing area is small; a little right here and the ball will kick right into the rough and tree line next to the first hole. Left of centre is the place to be. The second is an easy shot in from 120-145 m for the average golfer. The green is narrow and is contoured from right to left, don't leave yourself short sided here. A miss to the right here leaves a very hard up and down.

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