Hole 9 is an excellent finishing hole providing a stiff test of skill and nerve. The modern clubhouse, opened for the 2000 golf season overlooks the final green.
A slight dogleg left, the green is situated at the top of a brae to the front of the clubhouse. The main access road and drainage ditch to the left of the fairway marks the course boundary.
The green itself is of the plateau variety spilt between two levels. A pot bunker is situated to the front right of the green and often the safest approach shot is to lay up onto the lower green plateau to avoid this.
Signatures of this hole:
- Out of bounds to left and rear of the fairway
- Trees on right and left of fairway
- Plateau green located at brow of brae