Hole 14: Par 3
White Tees: 185 yards
Gold Tees: 175 yards
Red Tees: 165 yards
The fourteenth hole is a long, uphill par three with a green severely guarded on all sides. Lateral hazard runs up the entire left side of the hole and continues just long of the green, catching shots that are slightly pulled or fly too far. Out of bounds on the right side comes in to play on shots that are severely sliced into the woods. Two deep sand traps guard the front left and front right of the green collecting even well struck shots that don’t fly onto the putting surface. The fairway that runs up to the green is severely sloped back to the tee and it is not uncommon for balls that land just short of the green to trickle back down the hill, leaving a difficult uphill pitch shot.
Pro’s Tip: This hole is entirely carry because shots hit short will not release onto the green, and more often than not will roll back down the hill towards the tee. Because the green is severely uphill from the tee, one or two extra clubs are necessary depending on the wind. Par is an excellent score on this hole.