7th: Cherrywood

298m, par 4

This is another good driving hole with twin chestnut trees to the left and a small forest to the right. Having negotiated these obstacles and light rough both left and right, the second shot is a short to medium iron to a raised green protected on both sides by large bunkers. The most significant feature of this hole is the green which slopes steeply from back to front and from left to right. Wherever you are on the green, accept two putts and move swiftly on.

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Pro's Tip:

If you move the ball from right to left and are worried about the two chestnut trees, take a fairway wood or a rescue club and go over them.

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