Par-4 dogleg left is of medium difficulty. The start from the top encourages the player who is about to begin the round. The tee shot is not particularly difficult while the real challenge is the green shot that is elevated and protected by three large bunkers.
Par 3 has a generously sized green. It is not long but starting off from the top sometimes makes it difficult to choose the right golf club because the wind changes direction easily. Three large bunkers defend the green, and a smaller one in the background stops the longer shots frome ending up in the water hazard.
Par 5 is very delicate and technical, a final dogleg left, because of the presence of a long ditch that runs along the entire right-hand side of the hole and through it to the green. The difficulty lies in the large tree that hinders the third shot at about 100 metres from the green sitting on top of the ditch, splitting the hole in two.
Par 3 is not long but challenging. Starting off from the bottom makes the choice of golf club dfficult. The small two-tiered green is protected by a big bunker placed at the front.
Par-4 dogleg right to left is of medium length. An out of bounds runs all the way down the left-hand side until it reaches the green and a pinewood on the right penalizes slices. The peculiarity of the hole is the lake skirting the green closely along the entire front.
Par 4 consists of an out of bounds both right and left. Headwinds and two large bunkers defending the green make choosing a drive to take the shot from the tee difficult.
The long and challenging par 3 is characterized by its green, which is difficult to reach due to its small size and headwinds. A small ditch cutting through the hole halfway down the fairway and a bunker on the right of the green penalizes the shots.
Long par-5 dogleg left. The out of bounds both right and left run the entire length of the hole to the green. Two large bunkers on either side of the fairway about 30 metres from the green narrow the track, discouraging those who want to reach the hole in 2 shots.
The final hole is quite challenging. A short par-4 dogleg right. The golfer from the teeing ground has to take a precise shot to reach an area of about 130 metres from the green. An opening among the tall eucalyptus trees will allow the golfer to try for a difficult shot through to the green. In the second half of the fairway an out of bounds skirts the hole to the green defended by three large bunkers.