6th: Twin Copse

158m, par 3

A good pitch-hole to a generous green that falls to light rough to the left and to a shallow bunker to the right. The main protection for this hole is the two copses of trees at either side of the green after which the hole is named. A small mound on the front right of the green can cause problems when pitching and putting, other than this area the green generally falls from right to left.

Hole Sponsor John Craig

Pro's Tip:

Club selection is important here, as is nerve; a shot into this green will hold even in the height of the summer, if it is hit properly!

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