12th at southern is good.
The 10th and 18th at Eynesbury however, very poor course design. On 10 you're left with not much more than a pot luck over bushes to a blind green for your third, followed by a million mile long walk to get back around the creek. There's no real reward to trying to clear the creek in two - the fairway is too narrow to stop the ball on as it runs perpendicular to play. And 18, well what 400m par 4 has you needing to lay up with an iron off the tee and then hit a 3 wood for your second. Weird hole.
The massive tier in the 17th is overkill, and why the 4th is 460m, uphill and into the prevailing wind, yet still a par 4, is beyond me.
If the conditioning is coming back, that's great. Even though I get a free round there through golf west, it is still 50kms from my house, and not setup to walk. I don't hate it, but I'm not typically in a mad rush to get back there.