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PAR 4 / HDCP 4
It is the starting hole for the Eco Course with a gentle uphill gradient of 3%. The tee shot is accessible for the fairway is wide but it is advised to avoid the left side for it is hard to target the green. The widening and then narrowing natural trees increase the memorability of the hole.
PAR 5 / HDCP 5
The difference of elevation between tee and green is 9m and a power hitter can get on in two but it is advised to be careful about selecting a club for it is a sharp downhill in case of going past the green with no available space.
PAR 3 / HDCP 7
Ball control is necessary as the hook ball is dangerous in case of the left pin.
PAR 4 / HDCP 8
The difference of elevation between the tee and green is 14m with the downhill gradient of 4% and for the tee shot there is a tree on the fairway. For the second shot, it is advised to target the center without overdoing it but focusing on the hazard in case of the right pin.
PAR 5 / HDCP 1
It is a beautiful hole where you can see a wide lake in front of the tee and Mt. Halla on a sunny day. It is a strategic hole which means getting on in two is not achievable but should be reached in three shots.
PAR 4 / HDCP 3
Though it seems downhill in front of the tee, it is level. The green causes an optical illusion. It is better to target the right of the fairway for the tee shot.
PAR 3 / HDCP 2
The fade shot is desirable for the tee shot and it requires technique to go over the natural trees when targeting the green on the right.
PAR 3 / HDCP 9
It is a short par-3 hole with no challenge to get on the green but it requires shot control for past the green is dangerous.
PAR 4 / HDCP 6
It is a hole with the representative view of beautiful natural trees spread wide, and it is quite a memorable hole even if you only play it once.