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Hole by Hole Course Description

Men – White Tees

Par 70 (35, 35), 5264 meters (2620 Out, 2644 In), NZSCR  67.1,  Slope 105


Ladies - Yellow Tees

Par 71 (35, 36), 4875 meters (2430 Out, 2445 In), NZSCR  72.2,  Slope 113


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Hole 1 - Outward Bound (par 4)

(Mens 257m Stoke 17 Ladies 256m Stoke 18)

   

Sponsored by: Hickeys Opotiki
Straight down to Hukataia Road, out of bounds on right hand side and nice easy start to the course. Two small bunkers on left and one front right. Green slopes deceptively from right to left and front to back.


Hole 2 - The Bridge (par 3)

(Men 173m stroke 7 Ladies 137m stroke 12 )

   

Sponsored by: Opotiki Tyre Service
Call over hole. Elevated green with a view of the Waioweka Bridge from the tee, 2 small bunkers guard left and right. Out of bounds on the right and tight behind the green. Best to carry all the way to green but don’t be long!.


Hole 3 - Waioweka (par 4)

(Men 317m stroke 5 Ladies 270m stroke 8)

   

Sponsored by: Sam Howe Plumbing
Dog leg right. A reasonable drive to carry the hill, keeping left leaves easy shot into the green. Water hazard along first third of fairway on right hand side, mature trees cut into fairway, small bunker on left and right hand side of green. Out of bounds behind green.


Hole 4 - Woodlands (par 4)

(Men 369m stroke 3 Ladies 352m stroke 1 )

   

Sponsored by: Wakelin Motors Parts and Service
Longer par 4, slightly dog leg left, mature trees both sides, but trees left are trouble. Stay middle to right for a better shot to the green. Borrow is gently right to left towards the gully.


Hole 5 -The Elm (par 4)

(Men 264m stroke 13 Ladies 264m stroke 14)

   

Sponsored by: ANZ
Tree lined fairway ending with a long narrow green, danger for bigger hitters going too far left and into the Donga. Green rises from front to back.


Hole 6 - The Donga (par 3)

(Men 121m stroke 15 Ladies 116m stroke 16 )

   

Sponsored by: Eastland Pacific Motor Lodge
Elevated tee down to green at bottom of natural amphitheatre, sloping green dictates placement below the pin. Best to keep below the hole! Long and wide, left especially leaves a challenging chip.


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