“Play your tee shot to favour the right half of the fairway away from the fairway bunker. The second is to a very narrow green and a shot not played straight will leave a testing chip and putt. The percentage play is to aim to reach the front portion of the green where it is widest and then rely on your putter.”
Named after The Berrow Manor which is close to this hole. It was the Berrow Manor who owned the land west of the Berrow Road which was a rabbit warren before it became a golf course.
This hole was built in the 1910 course extension by Herbert Fowler and is still in play today.