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    Playing Pyecombe (nr Brighton) tomorrow - any tips?

    As title, anyone know it?

    Society day, 30 of us going.....hope the forecast of a smattering of rain isn't right!

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    Re: Playing Pyecombe (nr Brighton) tomorrow - any tips?

    There is a member on the forum but for the life of me I can't think who it is. I am sure somebody will be able to help you

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    Re: Playing Pyecombe (nr Brighton) tomorrow - any tips?

    Get a buggy...

    It's seriously hilly!

    Good test of golf and usually excellent catering.
    some metal woods,
    any old irons,
    Pick up balls....

    12.2 and moving the wrong way again...

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    Re: Playing Pyecombe (nr Brighton) tomorrow - any tips?

    Played it a few times recently.

    Lot of blind shots, it is a nightmare in the wind (and is almost windy)


    Take plenty of balls. Look up each hole beforehand and hit the right lines

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    Re: Playing Pyecombe (nr Brighton) tomorrow - any tips?

    this has me worried now....the society days are on generally "bland" courses that anyone can play....seems I may need my A game!

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    Re: Playing Pyecombe (nr Brighton) tomorrow - any tips?

    Quote Originally Posted by adam6177 View Post
    this has me worried now....the society days are on generally "bland" courses that anyone can play....seems I may need my A game!
    It's more local knowledge than difficult (although a lack of the former makes it hard to score well!).

    Add the slopes into the equation and it can be frustrating as well when you hit a 'perfect shot' and find a less than perfect result.

    Challenging but enjoyable.
    some metal woods,
    any old irons,
    Pick up balls....

    12.2 and moving the wrong way again...

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    Re: Playing Pyecombe (nr Brighton) tomorrow - any tips?

    Quote Originally Posted by duncan mackie View Post
    It's more local knowledge than difficult (although a lack of the former makes it hard to score well!).

    Add the slopes into the equation and it can be frustrating as well when you hit a 'perfect shot' and find a less than perfect result.

    Challenging but enjoyable.
    Sounds good Duncan, means I can wind up my PPs when shot dont go their way.....mess with their minds and the rest will follow

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    Re: Playing Pyecombe (nr Brighton) tomorrow - any tips?

    I played it a couple of years ago in the winter.

    I really liked it. Some great views and as Duncan says, some decent catering.

    As you'd expect from the location it's a hilly course!

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