This appears to be a straightforward par four with a blind tee shot over a well-positioned marker post. Once you’ve made your way up to the plateau of the hill you will hopefully find your ball on the fairway, but don’t be too surprised if you find an awkward lie among the humps and hollows which are a legacy of the old ironstone mines below the Hob Hill area. This is all part of the testing character of Saltburn.
The green is over the next ridge and is set in a bowl. It can be found with a medium to short iron taking your line using the elevated marker at the rear of the green. Make sure you have sufficient club as anything short will run into trees on the right hand side of the green, however anything too long will see you chipping back from the bank at the rear. Please ring the bell as you leave the green to the 5th tee box.