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At one time a wooded area inhabited by a number of foxes. However, the woods have mostly gone and only the occasional fox remains.
The twelfth is a slight dog-leg with the drive played over a rise into the narrow neck of the fairway. The tee-shot should be played left of centre to avoid the ridge of rough and gorse on the right. The second shot is played to a slightly raised two-tiered green falling off down a bank to the left and guarded by a bunker on the right.