A challenging opening hole of 400 yards from the tiger tee and uphill to a green dominated by a bunker in front and small pot bunker.
The longer striker of the ball will have keep away from the large bunker to left of the fairway.
|Hole 01||Par 4|
The golfer will need to avoid the large bunker and the hole favours the longer hitter. A big drive will bring the green within reach but the average player will have ensure that he keeps the ball away from the hazards with his lay-up shot. This will enable him to find the green with his third, although mindful of the bunkers protecting the green
|Hole 02||Par 5|
A medium length par four with a strategically placed bunker on the left of the fairway to be avoided. The green has grass swales to the side and a approach that is too strong may end up out of bounds.
|Hole 03||Par 5|
A longer par four which needs a carefully positioned drive avoiding the two bunkers on the left of the fairway.
The green is positioned higher than the fairway and requires an accurate approach.
|Hole 04||Par 5|
The first par three on the Luna course will require an precise tee shot to this narrow green which guarded by a large bunker in the front.
|Hole 05||Par 5|
A long par four to an green on top of a hill which is guarded by two bunkers a large grassy depression beyond the green.
|Hole 06||Par 5|
A drive over a large waste area following an approach over water will test the golfer's skill and accuracy on this long par four.
|Hole 07||Par 5|
A downhill par three that will reward the accurate tee shot but many penalties await the shot that misses this green.
|Hole 08||Par 5|
A highly challenging final hole to finish the Luna course.
This par five sets out the challenge for the long hitter to position his drive to point where the green can be reached with the second shot, but even the layup to reach the green in three shots is fraught with peril.
|Hole 09||Par 5|