The most famous of Alwoodley’s short holes. The 11th is all about the green. So much so that the members tend to check where the pin is and then work their strategy back from there. That’s because the green features some of the most severe contours imaginable – it is frequently the case that you have to aim at right angles to your eventual target.
Generally speaking, short and right is a good miss, leaving an uphill chip. Get on the wrong side of the hole and four-putts are by no means uncommon here.