At 6946-yards from the championship course of Kanucha offers two distinctive 9 holes to create a diverse and enjoyable 18-hole par 72 route.
The first 9-holes are played within the sub-tropical woodland area and are beautifully moulded into the existing landscape.
Undulating throughout the front 9 demands accuracy from the tee and good shot selection to make the most of the terrain and gain an advantage for the approach shot.
Fairways are narrow and flanked on either side by the native woodland, the occasional water hazard and clever use of bunkers create a stern test of golf, that is still fair and accessible to any level of golfer.
The second nine is more open, at times almost links-like in style. Rolling fairways are wider and more inviting, protected by the odd copse of trees, bunkers and the occasional water hazard. The real test comes from the sea breezes that can change at any moment, keeping the golfer on their toes throughout.