Our fourball tried one of Centurion’s new composite courses. Called the Hennops (after the river through the estate), it offers mostly a variety of yellow and white tees, plus two blues and one red. We had to pay attention on every tee to make sure we followed what was on the scorecard. From the back tees we played three par 5s, three par 4s (including the tough 18th) and two par 3s. We played blue tees at No 6, which made this a short par 4, and No 11, which I found a better par 3 at 171 metres than 200. The solitary red tee was the par-5 15th, playing 480 instead of 550. None of us went for the green in two over the river, but I did think about it before noticing it was stroke 2. Perhaps they should have different strokes for this course? The round was enjoyable, and I would recommend golfers also try the John Vorster Drive course, which uses just blue and red tees. It was on the same scorecard.