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24-Aug  (Gents - Members)
August Medal

30-Aug  (Ladies - Members)
Caithness/Sutherland
Brian Anderson's Top Tip

Bunker play

Control the length of your bunker shot either by using the same length of backswing and varying the amount of sand or take the same amount of sand each time and vary the length of backswing.
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Message from Alistair Risk, Club President

Now that the summer season is fully underway and the returning Artic Terns perform their acrobatics along the beach holes, we are delighted to welcome back so many of our regular visiting golfers. We hope to see just as many first time visitors to Brora, as the course was never better and is living up to Peter Thomsons opinion as being the “best traditional links course in the World".

Don’t let this Ryder Cup year go by without visiting.

Alistair


Bents  (344 yards par 4)
Sponsored by Hans & Karin Haggstrom

The second hole is a sterner test. The view from the elevated tee is something to savour. The fairway bunkers define the hole but with the recent return of the bent there is little margin for error. As ever the best line to the bunkered green is not to  stray from the straight and narrow. From the medal tee with the pin back right the second hole is difficult.

Hole descriptions are from Hugh Baillie's book, "Golf in the Back of Beyond"  - available from the Pro Shop