Nine British Open Championships attest to the credentials of this outstanding course, widely regarded as Britain’s best links course. Part of its reputation hails from the unique fact that no two holes face in the same direction, meaning that on any of England’s famously breezy days, a player faces distinct directional perils on every hole. This difficulty is mitigated slightly by flat fairways, so the key to success is keeping the ball in the short grass – if you can. Otherwise, be prepared to scour the dunes that frame every fairway.
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