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Into the prevailing wind this is a tough Par 4. A tee shot played to the left half of the fairway is the best line and will give you a better view of the green for your second shot. A bunker guards the front left of the green. Once on the green you are at the summit of the course, enjoy the view!
Behind the 8th green is a Trig. Point (the common name for a Triangulation Pillar). These pillars were built by Ordnance Survey for the re-triangulation of Britain which began in 1936 and was finally completed in 1962. This process made the making of accurate maps possible. About 5,500 of the original 6500 built survive. Like an iceberg there is more of the pillar below the surface than above.
To the 9th
To the 7th
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