Hole Eighteen

PAR 4, 399 M, INDEX 2

Hole Eighteen

Hole Descriptions

The gradual build up to the end of the round which essentially commenced on the par 3, 16th hole, will be complete when golfers step onto the 18th tee. The highest spot on the course, the golfer will be confronted with a spectacular, if somewhat daunting finishing hole and club house complex laid out before them.

The 18th hole presents as a medium-long par 4 golf hole, doglegging to the right, and split by a waterway positioned just beyond the landing zone. The strategic location of this water way will cause somewhat of a conundrum for many pro golfers. To lay up short of the water way will leave abut 170metres to the pin, which is somewhat more than ideal for a shot at a birdie, but to fly the tee shot over the waterway way on the drive will require an accurate shot carrying about 290 metres.

Again, like that challenges presented on the 17th, we will likely see a reasonable proportion of golfers chasing a title actually try this option, and this will make for a thrilling finish to a tournament. Likewise, for those who lay up, the approach shot will be reminiscent of many of the tournaments of old, where golfers were required to play a nervy shot with a mid to long iron as a final test of their championship credentials.

The green itself is large with several testing pin positions. The green is dominated by a large bunker on the front right and with 2 more bunkers at the right rear and left rear. The area to the front left of the green has been left free of hazards and instead sees 2 nicely receptive hollows to catch any short hits and facilitate a relatively straightforward uphill recovery shot for the average golfer.

The better player who lays up short of the water will do best to position the ball close to the 2 fairway bunkers on the left of the landing area, which will provide the best line of approach to almost all pin positions.

A successful shot to the heart of the green on this spectacular finishing hole will be a rewarding and memorable experience for almost any golfer.

Hole 18


Rules of Golf

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  • Please replace divots
  • Please rake bunkers
  • Please repair ball markers
  • Please keep course clean
  • Please keep buggy on track at all time
  • Avoid slow play


The Game of Golf shall be played in accordance with the rules as approved by R&A Ltd and the Local Rule of Kota Seriemas Golf & Country Club.

1. OUT OF BOUNDS (Rule 27-1)

1.1 Beyond the boundary of the course.

1.2 As indicated by white stakes and / or lines. Where the lines exist, the line defines the OB.

1.3 On the left of Hole 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,9 & 10, 18

1.4 On the right of Hole 12,13,14,15 &16

1.5 Behind Green 3, 11& 14

1.6 Behind Tee 12

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2. WATER HAZARDS (Rule 26)

2.1 Water hazards - defined by yellow stakes and/or lines.
2.2 Lateral water hazards - defined by red stakes and/or lines.


3.1 Hole # 12 – If a ball is in or it is known or virtually certain that a ball that has been found is in water hazard, the player may:

  • Proceed under Rule 26; or
  • As an additional option, you may drop a ball, under penalty of one stroke, in the drop zone.

4.1 Areas encircled by white lines.
4.2 Bare areas in bunkers caused by erosion.
4.3 Deep tire-ruts.
4.4 Ground damaged by wild animal and abnormal ground conditions.
4.5 Temporary drainage channels on the course.


The ball may be lifted and dropped without penalty within one club length from the nearest point of relief where such point is not nearer to the hole.

5.1 All buggy tracks or service road

  • Drains attached to buggy track are part of the buggy track.
  • Bare patches of ground within one club length of buggy track considered part of buggy track.

5.2 Rain shelters, halfway huts, bridges, floodlights, concrete sumps, sprinkler heads, water-control valves, sand station bins, signage and exposed drainage pipes.

5.3 Flower Beds

5.4 Young trees marked by green paint or supported by stakes.

5.5 Distance markers, tee signage and directional sign.

(RULE 24-1)

6.1 Stones and pebbles in bunkers
6.2 Hazard stakes


7.1 Through the green, a ball which embedded in its own pitch mark in the ground other than sand, may be lifted without penalty, cleaned and dropped as near as possible to where it lay but not nearer to the hole. The ball when dropped must first strike a part of the course through the green.


Stroke Play – Two Strokes
Match Play – Loss of Hole

Siren Blasts

Discontinue Play Immediately :

One prolonged note of siren

Discontinue/Abandon Play :

Three consecutive notes of siren, repeated

Resume Play :

Two short notes of siren, repeated


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