The very 1 tee shot should be aimed a little to the right of the fairway, allowing for the bounce to the left, but please be careful, aiming too much right and soon you will find yourself in the well placed bunkers. Yet, anything left drawing or hooking will end up in the water. If you have hit a reasonable drive then a 8, 9 or PW iron is all that is left for your 2 shot over the water if you are shooting at the left green. If your target is the right green, you must avoid a well placed tree close to the green. Both the right and the left green are relatively flat and straight forward to putt on; however, do not think that they will remain like these for the rest of your round!
|Valley Course : Hole Descriptions by Brett Brasier and Piyachai Kasemsant|