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SeanI've long been interested in seeing Sheringham so many thanks for your tour. I think I'm right in saying they have lost several holes over the years due to the edge of the cliff eroding which may explain some of the flat greens (?). The other thing about Sheringham that intrigues me is that we have correspondence from MacKenzie in the early 1920's that he sent from Sheringham and I've wondered whether he was there purely on a golfing holiday or whether it was more professional. Anything there that reminded you of MacKenzie ?Niall
Sean, enjoyed reading your take on the course. I agree. It seems an opportunity lost on a fine site. Maybe some threatening cliffs changed holes, maybe the greens were redone or not, but the fun in playing certainly ends when reaching the putting surface.