Try to drive with a wood 3 to the left half of the slightly sloping fairways. From there, with a mid-wedge and pitching wedge attack on the green. Caution - left before the green lurks a bunker. The green invites you to play a birdie.
This hole is a beautiful par 3. You will need an iron 6 or 7 depending on the strength of the wind. Caution to the side edges of the greens, grass bunker left, right side bunker and water. The green has two levels.
A long and rather difficult hole. You need a perfect drive and second shot for at least a good 3 iron or wood 7. Play to the right side of the green, because the friendly slope brings balls back. You should read the green carefully, it is difficult.
An unusual double-dogleg with two levels, first downhill and then back uphill. Tee: Wood 5 to wood 7 - rather keep right; hit two: 5 to wood 5 - to the valley; hit three: Iron 7 or 8 - to the top of the green. Try to be longer, because of the water hazard right and the left lateral water.
The drive should be placed to the left side of the fairway, because the ball will run longer there. Beware of the placed bunkers. For the second hit use a two or more higer ironnumber depending of the wind. The par will be grateful. The Green is proteced by bunkers left and right.
This hole is a interesting par 4. The tiger-line is supported by the "Pfriemesköpfl", striking the mountain in the background, marked. Between iron 3, wood 3 and driver is permitted everything, but in the short, the precision. After a tee placed remains a pitching wedge to 9 iron on the green. Attention of the bunkers left and right of the green.
Play the ball with the driver to the left fairway half. The second hit can comfortably with an iron from 5 to 7 by holding the right direction. Then you can reach the green with a wedge to a possible birdie.
You have reched the highest point of the corse. Play a driver or a wood 3 to the left side of the fairway. The ball will run downhill from the right side of the fairway to the left. The green itself is guarded left by a bunker.
Play the hole with the driver or the wood 3 from the tee. The second hit you should play with an iron 6 or 7 rather adheres to the left of the flag because the green to the north is steep. The hanging green has its quirks.
You have only the chance to play par if you will reach the green with the second hit. You need two top-shots. Wood 3 or 4 for the discount until the edge. The second hit gives you an accelerated pulse. Lateral water on the left side, bunker to the right and in front of the green and a water hazard right will give you a quiet momentum. Play an iron 5 to wood 7 to the green.
The most beautiful par 3 on the course. The green is well protected by the right water hazard ans left by a bunker island. Depending on the wind strength and direction use a wood 3 to iron 5. With a perfect teeshot you are able to play a birdie.
The longest drive hole requires at least two long shots. Play the driver in the vicinity of Captain's nose in the middle of the fairway. The second hit with a fairway wood up to wood 3 must be placed concentrated - left out-border and pond. The third hit, from iron 8 to 6 - depending on wind conditions. The green has two levels.
Longhitter dry to cut the dogleg left with the driver. Otherwise places a wood 3 to the corner of the dogleg. From there you should play with a fairway wood up to wood 3 in the direction of the flag. Attention - permanent out left by the fence, right fairway bunkers come into play. For the third hit take a wedge or iron 8 to 9.
The steep bergansteigende Par 3 achieved the first strike with an iron 8th The strike aims more to the right half and green takes into account the position of the flag forward or backward. The birdie put from the terrace of the Club House rewarded with applause.