The Fourteenth Hole (par 5)
At 475 yards, this par 5 is a dogleg right. The tee shot should be aimed left of the storm damaged tree that divides the fairway from the fifth hole. A mature tree in the right foreground adds to the challenge. The layout is a dogleg right from 200 yards out at which point the fairway narrows considerably before widening out as you approach the green.
The fourteenth green is one of the smallest greens on the course. It slopes significantly from back to front and is guarded by a sand bunker on the left. Approach shots that don’t make it to the top ledge will quickly roll back and off of the front of this green.