With a tee shot from in front of historic Buring Cottage, the fourth hole requires a well placed drive for the slight dog-leg to the right. The main danger off the tee is the thick trees to the right of the fairway that runs along Leonay Parade. A shot down left of centre will lead to a good angle for an approach shot whilst long hitters may take on the corner for a straighter pitch shot up the green. Bunkering again increases the need for accuracy with a wide bunker in front of the green accompanied by left and right placed sand traps for any shot missing the green by more than a metre. Swales on the side of the green also make for a challenging chip or putt if an approach is off-target.
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