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Minchinhampton's first par 3 is a hum dinger and maybe the best hole on the course. Humps block out the approach from the right so one must hit near the treeline.
Sean,Nice tour. Were the cattle walking on the 8th green? Seems that some greens had fencing and some did not. I like the look of a number of the holes. Worth filing away for another time I'm in the area.The photo of the horses on the 18th made me wonder if those are an underused hazard. I guess positioning can be a bit tough to control.Robin,Thanks for pointing out the link to the club's website. Some incredible photos. Makes me want to see the course even more.Giles,I was near Beverley a week or so ago, but opted to go see Flamborough Head instead for my Ganton warm-up. Wish I had time for both of them, but the prospect of some sea air won me over.