Ringway Golf Club

Course Guide - Hole 11 (Brook)

The eleventh hole is a significant dog-leg left and one of only two par fours on the men's card between 350 and 400 yards.

If the player cannot drive over the copse on the left, then they must place their shot beyond or wide of the lone sycamore tree which considerably extends the impact of the copse.  From here, a good second shot of between 120 - 150 yards is required to carry the brook that runs across the front of the green, avoid the flanking bunkers and find the gently sloping putting surface.       

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