Hole 11, Par 4 Index 6

Another tough hole. The tee shot has to be straight and long to avoid a cluster of raised oil palms on the left that forces this hole to dogleg left. Any tee shot that is sliced will end up in water and a bunker right of the landing area will encourage the better golfer to play a big draw around the palms in order to set up a mid iron for the approach shot. The very elevated green is a complex of contours and terraces and slopes from back to front. This is indeed a super golf hole that needs respect and even a well-planned bogey can be satisfying for the higher handippers.

  • 378 metres (gold)
  • 367 metres (blue)
  • 348 metres (white)
  • 313 metres (red)