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71 The Addington

The new 14th bunker has just opened at The Addington, the latest in a long line of work at this quirky, charming heathland on the outskirts of the capital.

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72 Wentworth (East)

Much better value than the West and many would suggest  it retains more of Colt’s original philosophy. Long-time Wentworth professional Bernard Gallacher believed it was always better in terms of design and aesthetics.

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73 Aldeburgh

A new tee has been reconstructed on the 4th and older bunkers have been brought up to the standard of the new ones.

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74 Walton Heath (New)

Some of its holes were used in the composite course over which the British Senior Open was played last year and provided a stiff test.

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75 Woburn (Duke's)

Bunker renovations have been undertaken on the Duke’s – as it has elsewhere at Woburn – to ensure the hazards are of the very highest quality and as close to the original design as they can possibly be.

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76 Donegal

No significant changes to the course since Pat Ruddy directed upgrades to Eddie Hackett’s design, with less of an emphasis on blind tee shots at this robust links on a peninsula in Donegal Bay.

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77 Little Aston

Though it’s fallen since 2008, it is still one of just a few parklands to make the list. They’ve cleared trees and added bunkers on the 9th while on the next, tree thinning to the left carry allows views of the green and where drives finish.

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78 Machrihanish Dunes

David McLay Kidd was at one with nature when he routed Machrihanish Dunes through a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Of the 259 acres on which the course sits, only seven were disturbed by McLay Kidd.

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79 Burnham & Berrow

No changes have been made to this traditional links – where JH Taylor has had a significant influence as designer and greenkeeper – since 2010.

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80 Woking

Eleven bunkers have been renovated or repositioned to test off the tee and protect greens more effectively. The pond on 18th has been enlarged and the causeway over the ponds at the 16th has been taken away.

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