515m may not seem a long way but throw in a double dog-leg and a narrow tree-guarded fairway and it suddenly seems a lot longer. Put your tee shot down the middle and for those who have a long drive, a slight fade will get you started around the corner. This will put you on the right side of the fairway but due to the second dog-leg, you will not have a full view of the green
From here you may choose to play to about 70m short of the green since plying for the green may get you tangled in the gums to the left. Many good golfers have become un-stuck playing out of these trees.
Try to stay out of the police-dog training school on the left as you will not get your ball back. Occasionally there are cute Alsation puppies to distract you from your game. Be aware that in the evenings, the police use golfers as tracking practice for the dogs - don't worry, they won't hurt you!
If the pin is on the top tier of the green, an accurate chip with some back-spin is a good option as putting up from the lower tier is very difficult.