Discover Golf : April 2015
the green. Morrow has incorporated the scarred rock formations into his clever design. The 13th is another feature hole that is structured through steep soft rock protrusions, which are remnants from the tin mine era. And ranked the second hardest hole, you’ll need to be on your mettle to post a par score at the long 409-metre, par-4. Throughout the layout, flooded mining pits create sparkling water hazards that ensure this course is as challenging as it is beautiful. Holes five, eight and ten are wonderful par-4s that require accuracy and a steady nerve to score well. Water features on ten holes. Behind the 16th green, a high point at the course, a viewing platform provides an amazing panoramic view over Phuket. With its challenging layout, Red Mountain will test your resolve. With its beauty, this stunning course will stimulate your senses. For an exhilarating golf experience, Red Mountain truly rocks! Please turn over for a peek at six of Red Mountain’s eye-catching holes. >> 28 discovergolf.com.au The view from the 10th tee.