Pakasai Country Club,
The 5 par 3’s are challenging but there is the chance for the straight driver of a ‘hole in one’ on the 2nd hole. At the hillier part of the course, you will find yourself nestled on a tee on the top of a hill facing a 181-yard 5th. This tee offers fantastic views over the surrounding lake and directly down to the fully visible, semi-plateau sloping green. Native palms to the right, bunkers short right and left of the green call for an accurate tee shot.
The 8 par 4’s require straight shots as trees play a decisive role, and any careless shots will be punished! The 413-yard 1st contains a slight dogleg and is much more testing than it appears from the card. If you start with par, you can be well satisfied. The 321-yard 7th is pleasant but well guarded.
The 5 par 5’s are an interesting bunch with the 539-yard 13th providing a challenge for length and straight hitting. A good finishing hole is the 515-yard 18th with ‘out of bounds’ all the way down the left side. The drive must be accurate to keep out of strife on the left and out of the native tree shrouded hill to the right, which extends the whole length of the hole, so the second shot cannot be wayward either.
Rules, rules and field details (Local Rules)
1. 6,7 holes have a right-hand OB.
2. ell the ball outside the field. If you cannot find it, drop it in the field area at the point where the ball turns away within 2 blocks of the golf club from the edge of the course. By losing a fine point 1 point
3. The ball is out of bounds. Find the ball but cannot play due to obstacles. Or other reasons Can be dropped in the field However, it must not be closer to the hole than the point where the ball was found. And lost a fine point 1 point
4. In the event that the ball falls into the water hazard area, holes 3,12,17 and outside the area of hole 14 before crossing the road of hole 5, drop at the designated point. By losing a fine point 1 point