Hole 9, Par 4 Index: 9

This is one of the toughest holes on the course. The tee shot onto a raised and relatively small landing area has to avoid two pot bunkers on the left and oil palm trees on the right. The fairway narrows at the 150-metre mark but opens up again with 100 metres to go. But more danger lies ahead with two pot bunkers to trap underclubbed shots on the right while the false front of the green makes for an interesting approach with front pins. This is one of the toughest greens and any placement will require much thought and a good read of the lines.

  • 383 metres (black)
  • 371 metres (blue)
  • 350 metres (white)
  • 317 metres (red)