18 holes | par 71 | 6113 yards | Parkland
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The 18 holes that stand today at Northcliffe Golf Club are by and large the work of James Braid who first constructed them in 1928. The course has changed little since then and the opening and closing holes are testament to the fantastic golf that lies between. The round begins with a relatively short par 4 requiring a tee shot to be played over the club’s infamous ravine to a hidden green. The 18th is the course signature hole and consists of a par 3 playing into the same ravine where you will be starting off from an elevated tee down to a green guarded by both sand and water. It is said to be one of the most jaw-dropping holes in Yorkshire and one that has ruined many a good scorecard.