Played here in October. All I can say is thank god for golf carts, because I have never played a course with so much elevation change. Overall, this is a fine course with a mixture of spectacular sea views and forest holes. The standout is quite clearly the 14th, both for view and tactical nous required. A hybrid followed by a knock down wedge led to an simple par, however, it is easy to see how this hole could rack up a big score. In a way, that sums up Pezula, it needs to be played a few times so you understand the best lines. Many holes are layups off the tee, and some, like 17, offer you a hero shot for glory or disaster. And once you get to the greens, there is no respite for they have lots of elephants buried in them, and they are fast. I enjoy Pezula, however, it is not a course I think I could play every Saturday.
Date: December 02, 2017