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The drive should be played left of the marker post to allow for the camber in the fairway. The wind turbine beyond the green looms large and the second shot needs to stay right of it. Pitch the approach shot short of the green as it runs away from you from front to back.
This very gnarled weather beaten boundary stone sits just along from the 7th tee, near the hedge separating the 7th fairway from the 6th green. It marks the ancient boundary of the Firle and Glynde Estates which the golf course lies across. There is another stone hidden in the undergrowth to the left of the path that leads down to the hut and the 12th tee.
To the 8th
To the 6th
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