With out of bounds initially down the right side and dense rough to the left of the 501 metre, par 5, twelfth hole the emphasis on accuracy from the tee. If you have the length a straight tee shot will catch the steep downhill slope and add considerable distance to your drive, providing an opportunity to hit the green in two. For others three shots will see you attacking the pin for a birdie. The creek in front of the green and the small pond on its right demands excellent distance control with your approach. A putt from below the hole will be most beneficial.
If you have the length, take on the narrow opening with your tee shot and you have the chane to hit the green with your second shot. Beware of the hazards on both sides of the fairways waiting to catch the mishits. For most golfers layup 100 metres out.
Once Hole 12 (with 11 and 13) was completed the new course emerged and for the first time since 1980 the course was a Par 72 again (previously par 71) and it had 21 Holes.