b'Hole by Hole GuideHole 11Elbow, 360yds Par 4This par 4 is a 90 degree dogleg to the right. BigHole 14 Big Dipper, 444yds Par 4hitters will be tempted to carry the corner, but a lot ofAs one Past Captain famously said this hole is a trees await on the far side. The hole places a premiumquarter of a mile and a bit long and on occasions it on an accurate drive as a bunker and deep rough awaitcan certainly feel like that. The hole is played from an over-hit drive whilst anything short of the elbowan elevated tee from which, to the north east, you will make it dif cult tond the green. Once aroundhave views all the way to Teesside and the North the corner the green is protected by three bunkers onYorkshire Moors and to the west you have a view upthe right-hand side and to the right of the bunkersWensleydale. Just perfect on a summers evening. there is out of bounds. The playing of the hole requires a long straight drive Hole 12Curlew Call, 185yds Par 3 which will bene t from the downhill part if a carry of The second par 3 is into the prevailing wind and170 yards can be achieved. The approach is then to a slightly uphill. The green has dif cult run-offgreen well framed by trees and protected to front left areas to three sides and is protected to front left andand right by two large bunkers.right side by deep bunkers. There is deep rough andhawthorn bushes to the rear of the green and out of bounds beyond the bunker to the right. A par here always feels a well-earned one off the medal tee.Hole 13 Marshes, 404yds Par 4This is the clubs Signature Hole. Long-hitters will often consider going straight over the marsh, whilst the more cautious take the safe route down the left of the fairway. Either approach requires a drive of great accuracy to facilitate access to the green with your second shot. The green is cut into the banking and is two-tier and can produce the most devilish of puts. The approach shot is further complicated by3 strategically placed bunkers in front of the green. 14th Hole\x1b\x19'