Old Course and New Course, designed by Bruce Charlton, President and Chief Design Officer at Robert Trent Jones II Golf Architects The courses are constructed from 2006-2010

Amid 200 hectares of forest, trees and ponds

The Robert Trent Jones II Golf Course Architects preserved the natural beauty of the 200 hectares (around 500 acres) of surrounding forest nature and wildlife.

The bent grass greens are single-cut to increase speed and give a smooth roll.



A carefully selected mixture of earth, sand and compost are spread around the tees, greens and fairways to create the perfect foundation.

The courses can absorb up to 100 millimeters of rain per hour and still be playable. What’s more, the water is recycled in the lakes and used to irrigate the course.



Old Course

Old Course is designed with the fundamental element that accuracy from the tee counts more than length.

New Course

The New Course demands accuracy from the tees, but the long hitter can really test his skills on some of the holes.


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