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Is this Buckinghamshire's best kept secret?

Ed Greenland's picture
Mon, 3 Jun 2013
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Par 4, 438 yard 6th

The South Buckinghamshire course consists of championship length par 4's that really test the amateur golfer and the 6th is potentially the hardest of the lot.

It has a vicious dogleg right that requires you to hit over a couple of 30-foot trees to find the fairway. I suggest using a long iron, or if you're confident with the driver a 20 yard fade around the corner will give you a good chance to make the green in regulation.

As you can see in the photo, I've hit a 3-iron off the tee leaving myself with a hybrid from 200 yards, certainly not the easiest shot in the world but still a chance of par.

 

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