Created by New Zealander architect Chris Pittman in 1991 on an 80-hectare scrubland, the 18-hole International Course offers an interesting challenge for players of all levels. Its technicality makes it a challenge course, and the greens are renowned for their quality and speed. The first seven holes are drawn on small hills of scrubland, so a little hilly, many departures are blind, the attacks of greens a little elevated, make a game in constant challenge that puts the trust of the game to tough test. From the 8th to the 13th, face-offs are more open, and fewer dangers allow a more relaxed game. From 14 to 18, the technicality is always de rigueur (some blind greens) but this time with wider fairways, and big doglegs. Undoubtedly, the 18-hole international course is the guarantee of a very interesting part, with two or more.