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Sean,Have you ever played Delamere's very near neighbour Sandiway? Which is the better course is a topic of much local debate.I suggest a double header one day...http://www.sandiwaygolf.co.uk/
AllSee the updated tour. More importantly, it looks like the club is going to work with the Forestry Commission to aggressively tackle the tree issues. So far as I can tell, in year 1, which might be this winter, not sure:Left of #s 1, 2 & 4-8 will be dramatically thinned up to the paths.There may also be some clearing on the right from halfway down 6 to halfway down 8. If not, probably year 2. In year 2 left of the last half 8 through and 9 & 10 to be dealt with. The large swaths of interior trees are also being targeted. Surrounding the 16th is a target. The huge area of trees between 12-15 9 and halfway up 13 are other targets.There are also some plans for more exterior work, but that is not yet confirmed. Hopfully, in the next few years we will see a radical transformation of the course with between 50 and 75% of trees in targeted areas removed. Now we can only hope the club recognizes its poor bunkering for the course to shine as it should.Ciao
I am not sure what you mean about 18. The new bunkers opens up the drive. The number of bunkers is the same, just repositioned.Ciao