Hunstanton Golf Club
Hunstanton links is a classic 'out and back' design, on either side of a central spine or dune ridge. The 12th, 13th and 14th holes play across this ridge. The course has been altered many times. 40 bunkers were added in 1907, on the advice of James Braid and was extended in 1923, under the direction of James Sherlock, from 5,700 to 6,300 yards with new 9th, 10th and 11th holes. Further changes occurred in 1950 with the construction of plateau greens at the 6th, 7th and 8th holes, and changes to the two finishing holes. The 17th stays to the seaward side of the ridge with a narrow green tucked shelf–like into the ridge; it is Hunstanton’s 'signature' hole. In 1971 and 2002-4, new bunkering was introduced on 8 of the holes, making Hunstanton, from the back tees and with the usual breezes, a tough but exhilarating test of golfing skill.
Hunstanton Links (par-72)
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