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430 Yrds PAR 4
424 Yrds PAR 4
418 Yrds PAR 5
The Fairway doglegs to the right and a good drive, that avoids the out of bounds on the left and the grove of trees to the right and to the front, will allow the elevated green to be seen.
A bold second shot is then required to negotiate the narrow entrance to an undulating green. Overclub and the ball will end up in the banked rough at the back of the green or in the hedge that marks the course boundary.
During World War II land was conscripted to provide basic foods; All the northern section of the golf course was ploughed to produce vegetables, and returned to the Golf Club in the early 1950's.