Named after a battle fought in 1882 just before the hole was created.
The seventh is a magnificent golfing hole and is played from an elevated tee perched on top of the dunes. The fairway dog-legs sharply to the right with a sandhill and bunker set into the angle of the dog-leg. Any tendency to hook a drive will be penalised by the bunkers on the left. A lofted iron will send the ball over a slight gully to a well trapped green set between two imposing sandhills.