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A claustrophobic view for the golfer from the tee, best to stay left centre fairway with a mid to long iron. Find the fairway and your approach shot into the green will test your nerves. Stroke index 1 on the card for good reason.

A fairway metal off the tee will work well on this closing hole.

Bit of a quirky hole if you're not familiar with it. A semi-blind tee shot followed by another. Try to leave yourself a wedge into a narrow green set back across a dry gully.

This long par 5 has everything going for it, great views, huge elevation change, wide fairway, huge undulating green. Rip it!

Adjust your club selection for the elevation change off the tees.

A birdie opportunity to finish your round is always a treat.

Aim just left of the fairway bunker up the right side of the fairway if you want an ideal line into the green.

A blind tee shot, but if you keep your drive up the left side it will carry the crest of the hill and roll out. The second challenge is throwing a dart into a green that is fronted completely by water. Par is a good score here.

A dogleg left off the tee into a slightly elevated green with plenty of borrow.

30 years ago I made technical drawings for this water tower. My father Gösta Köhl was in charge of the planning and building at Bygging.Uddemann AB, Sweden.

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