South Course

Highlights
Holes
18
Par
69
Yardage
5,906
Designed by
Gary Player

The Gary Player designed South Course is set in a perfect natural environment that varies between inland and coastal areas. At 5,906 yards it is the shortest of the three courses and can be walked or played by golf cart. Twilight and nine holes rounds are available in the afternoon on this course.

Hole by hole
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Hole
1
Par 4

A 345 yard Par 4 opening hole. Aim right of the bunker off the tee to set up an easy approach. Beware of the valley in front of the green. A well lofted second shot is ideal here, with the green guarded by a bunker and bushes to the back.

Yardage
White:
341
Red:
295
Yellow:
317
White:
341
Yellow:
317
Red:
295
Photos
Map
Hole
2
Par 3

A relatively straightforward downhill Par 3 and test for your short irons. Three bunkers protect the green with a wetland area through the back. With the elevated tee be sure to take an extra club when the wind is in your face.

Yardage
White:
149
Red:
116
Yellow:
130
White:
149
Yellow:
130
Red:
116
Photos
Map
Hole
3
Par 4/5

The longest par 4 on the front nine at 429 yards. Aim right of the left fairway bunker to leave a good chance with the approach to a wide but shallow green guarded by bunkers on the left and right. A nice par here will feel like birdie.

Yardage
White:
429
Red:
365
Yellow:
401
White:
429
Yellow:
401
Red:
365
Photos
Map
Hole
4
Par 4

A drivable Par 4 for the long hitters but a challenge to keep in play with the hole narrowing the closer you get to the green. Two bunkers on each side of the green and trouble over the back!!!

Yardage
White:
285
Red:
245
Yellow:
260
White:
285
Yellow:
260
Red:
245
Photos
Map
Hole
5
Par 3

An interesting short downhill Par 3 with two deep bunkers in front and no room over the back. The wind and club selection is critical on this hole which looks simple but can be deadly.

Yardage
White:
134
Red:
123
Yellow:
131
White:
134
Yellow:
131
Red:
123
Photos
Map
Hole
6
Par 4

Incredible valley Par 4 with a very narrow fairway. Sacrifice distance for accuracy off the tee and leave yourself a short iron to a long, narrow and elevated green.

Yardage
White:
301
Red:
248
Yellow:
288
White:
301
Yellow:
288
Red:
248
Photos
Map
Hole
7
Par 4

This medium length Par 4 has out of bounds on the left and requires an accurate drive to set up the second shot. The green is well protected by a left front bunker and one bunker over the back.

Yardage
White:
307
Red:
216
Yellow:
276
White:
307
Yellow:
276
Red:
216
Photos
Map
Hole
8
Par 4

A mid to long iron to the middle of the fairway is the best option. A wetland covers the entire right side of this hole including to the left and back of the green. The Green breaks from left to right with a shallow bunker in the front left. Play safe on this one.

Yardage
White:
315
Red:
270
Yellow:
292
White:
315
Yellow:
292
Red:
270
Photos
Map
Hole
9
Par 4

A left to right dogleg Par 4. Aim to the middle of the fairway with your straightest club. The green is elevated without bunkers. Take an extra half club on the approach.

Yardage
White:
362
Red:
270
Yellow:
341
White:
362
Yellow:
341
Red:
270
Photos
Map
Hole
10
Par 4

An uphill Par 4 that requires accuracy with Out of Bounds on both sides . A good tee shot will leave you an uphill approach to a green protected by a deep bunker on the right side. Big hitters may go for the green off the tee.

Yardage
White:
317
Red:
264
Yellow:
287
White:
317
Yellow:
287
Red:
264
Photos
Map
Hole
11
Par 3

A tight Par 3 with a bunker on the left and steep slope on the right which will kick balls out of play. Club selection and accuracy is key to hit this two-tier green off the tee.

Yardage
White:
159
Red:
117
Yellow:
139
White:
159
Yellow:
139
Red:
117
Photos
Map
Hole
12
Par 4

A great downhill left to right dogleg hole. The left bunker is a good line for medium range players. Long hitters must aim right of the fairway bunker to keep the ball in play. For the downhill approach play one club less.

Yardage
White:
417
Red:
344
Yellow:
394
White:
417
Yellow:
394
Red:
344
Photos
Map
Hole
13
Par 4

On this right to left uphill par 4 aim for the middle of the fairway (long hitters could aim 30 yards left) to leave a short pitch to an elevated green protected by a bunker on your right and steep slopes to the left and back.

Yardage
White:
377
Red:
283
Yellow:
289
White:
377
Yellow:
289
Red:
283
Photos
Map
Hole
14
Par 4

The longest Par 4 on South Course requiring two good shots to hit the green. Aim for the middle off the tee and right edge of the green with the approach to stay clear of the hazard which runs from 150 yards all the way to the back of the green.

Yardage
White:
464
Red:
394
Yellow:
425
White:
464
Yellow:
425
Red:
394
Photos
Map
Hole
15
Par 5

A long right to left par 5 with the widest fairway off the tee on the South Course. The round peak in the distance is the line for your tee shot. The second shot is critical and narrows from 200 yards in. The green is long and narrow and guarded by bunkers on both sides.

Yardage
White:
577
Red:
441
Yellow:
517
White:
577
Yellow:
517
Red:
441
Photos
Map
Hole
16
Par 3

The toughest Par 3 on the South Course with a lake in front and bunker through the back. Club selection is essential. Shut your eyes and swing! If you’re going to miss the green long and right is the only place to avoid trouble.

Yardage
White:
198
Red:
110
Yellow:
180
White:
198
Yellow:
180
Red:
110
Photos
Map
Hole
17
Par 4

Right of the left-hand bunker is the line off the tee. For the approach, avoid the deep bunker guarding the front right. When the pin is back, play 1 club extra.

Yardage
White:
375
Red:
338
Yellow:
356
White:
375
Yellow:
356
Red:
338
Photos
Map
Hole
18
Par 4

Great finishing hole! A strong fade player can aim at the fairway bunker to set up an approach to an elevated green. An extra club is required in most conditions to set up a solid finish.

Yardage
White:
399
Red:
295
Yellow:
388
White:
399
Yellow:
388
Red:
295
Photos
Map