- a par 4 - has water on the right all the way up the fairway. The 13th - another par 4 -
requires negotiating the trees to reach a raised green. Trees on the 16th and possibly the
distraction of knowing a couple dozen hippos and a crocodile or two are nearby, make the 16th
hole one to handle with care and skill.
An irrigation system ensures that the kikuyu fairways are well knitted
throughout the year. There are bayview grass greens and five dams on the course; water comes
into play on 14 holes; silicon sand bunkers guard most of the greens. There are plenty of
existing trees, and many more have been planted recently. The rough is short. The course is
fairly hilly and very scenic which can be made challenging or fairly forgiving by switching
tees and pin placements.