The Palm Course is generally the course of choice amongst lower-handicapped players. It features a large number of challenging water hazards. It offers undulating fairways, as well as strategic bunkers and water hazards. The emphasis here is on well placed drives which will be rewarded. On the other hand, playing wildly will be disastrous. This, combined with lush, lavish greens, tranquil waterways and the panoramic surrounding landscape create a course that is as picturesque as it is challenging.
The Lake Course was extensively renovated in 2001 and is considered the more forgiving of the two courses. It is popular with social golfers and is a par 72, measuring 6,041 metres from the blue tees.