This large inland route offers a very varied layout. Gently rolling, it is affordable for players of all levels. Its many dog-legs, its greens with very steep slopes and its few water hazards make it a very enjoyable course to play. Some tips for the game: at hole 4, par 5 over 525 yards, game setting can be tricky. Place your ball between the two bunkers at first, and second, prefer the right side. Hole number 5 is the most difficult of the course. Attention to the mound to the right and on the second shot, a water hazard defends the left side of the green. It is safer to play this hole on a par-5. Gradually rising, the hole 17 is the longest of the course. The first shot is important, pay attention to alignment. The out of bounds along the entire right side of the fairway and the green is a double level one. Finally at #18, aim at the club house from the tee on this slight right uphill dog-leg. Pay attention to the water right and, on the second shot, stay preferably at the beginning of the green because it is very steep.