From the back tee, the drive at the 15th looks intimidating and quite narrow. However, once you are over the first hill, the fairway opens up and provides a generous landing area. The hole doglegs to the right after the first hill, so long hitters should favour the right-side - but don't try to cut too much off or the tree at the summit will bring you down and leave you with a long approach shot from a tough lie.
The approach climbs a second hill, and it is sometimes a little windy at the summit around the green. So think carefully about club selectition. Anything short is likely to dig in and stop.
The Sheffield to Lincoln railway line runs up the left side of this hole, and it is out-of-bounds.
An impressive and challenging uphill par 4 to test your stamina.