The Club is proud to be a member of the Mackenzie Society, and is the course where European Tour star John Parry played his junior golf. The Club is also a Member of Welcome to Yorkshire.
A deceptively easy looking opening Par 4. Reachable from the tee, but woe betide any wayward shot as the entrance to the green is well protected.
Nothing easy about this long Par 4; well placed bunkers demand an accurate tee shot followed by a long second shot to an undulating green.
The first of five testing Par 3s which often plays longer than its yardage to a large picturesque green.
Accuracy from the tee on this short Par 4 offers a birdie opportunity.
A long downhill Par 3 with trouble to the right. Most players will be happy to leave the green with a par.
Take note of the marker post from the tee as any shot to the right is likely to run out of fairway and will lead to an awkward second shot over bunkers guarding the narrow entrance to the green.
The first of two Par 5s, which is reachable in 2 for the longer hitters but beware of the water hazard 80 yards short of the green.
A tough Par 4, uphill and often into the wind demanding an accurate tee shot followed by a longish second shot to a tricky green which slopes from back to front.
A demanding Par 3 from any tee to conclude the front 9 with the bonus of the Halfway House to offer some welcome refreshment.
Out of bounds down the right of a narrow, tree lined fairway demands a well placed tee shot in order to generate a birdie opportunity.
The second Par 5 offers a real birdie chance; 2 well-struck shots will leave a short pitch to a flat green.
A beautiful Par 3 designed by MacKenzie in 1910 and played from a raised multi level tee. The green is a tricky read for the most experienced golfer.
Set amidst one of the most scenic parts of the course, this long Par 4 is truly a pleasure to play.
The last of the Par 3s is played to a narrow, well bunkered green which demands an accurate tee shot.
The first of 4 tough closing Par 4s, commonly regarded as the best finishing stretch in the area, requires a well placed tee shot favouring the right hand side of the fairway in order to leave a view of the green.
Not a bunker in sight on this long, straight hole played into the prevailing wind. A par here is most welcome.
Often downwind, this hole offers a birdie opportunity as long as your tee shot finds the narrow tree lined fairway and you can negotiate the sloping MacKenzie green.
A testing Par 4 to finish with out-of-bounds on the right and trees on the left, leading to a large green protected by bunkers and an overhanging oak tree.