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A short starting hole with well placed trees on the corner make your tee shot best played to the left. A small green angled across the second shot.
A short par 5 with plenty of trouble, out of bounds all the way up the left hand side.
A strong uphill long par three, out of bounds on the left, and a green that is well protected both left and right with mounds.
A great par 5 - trouble on both sides of the fairway, but further trouble on the approach shot. The green is tiny, and as well as sitting at a 45 degree angle, slopes off all around the green making a par a well earned score.
Another short par 4 - the trouble here is the bushes down the right hand side, and a small green with subtle slopes.
A strong par 4, tree lined on both sides and sweeping around to the left. Bunkers on both sides of this green are hard to get out of and over the back is a definite no - no.
A long par 4, hitting the fairway is never easy and hitting the green is even harder. The green that is very hard to hold is protected on the right by bunkers.
A great little par 3. Don’t let its length fool you. Protected by bunkers both sides, this narrow green which slopes steeply from back to front has seen plenty of rounds ruined.
A right to left tee shot is required here as too straight will see the ball run into the trees. Out of bounds down the left. The green has a severe slope at the back and like most greens at Benalla long is not an option.
A long straight par 4, the shot into the green is the key here. Any shot landing short will find its way right of the green. The Cypress tree on the left of the green catches a lot of balls.
A tight short par 4, hazard all the way down the left and giant gums on the right. A thin green well protected by a lone bunker on the left.
The shortest par 4 on the course, but don’t be deceived. Trouble on both sides of the fairway, out of bounds on the right and a small green that can be very hard to hit. The green slopes sharply from back to front and is bunkered on both sides.
A great par three, the tee shot is best hit left of the centre, as both right and long are near impossible to salvage par from.
A short dog-leg par 4, keep to the right hand side for the best shot into the green.
One of the few holes at Benalla that go from left to right. A raised green guarded by a deep bunker on the left.
A double dog leg par 5 guarded by large gum trees short of the green.
The green sits raised and at a 45 degree angle, precision is needed to get the ball on the green here.
Final hole and hardest! Watch for the large gum tree on the corner. The average golfer needs a long tee shot to be able to get a clear shot at the green. A par here is well deserved and leads straight to the clubhouse.