Hole 14, Par 4 Index: 2

A straightforward hole that plays uphill off the tees and then downhill towards a green that is well protected by bunkers and a creek that cuts across the fairway. The average hitter may be forced to lay up instead of using a fairway wood for the second shot because of the water trap which is too menacing and comes into play. The long hitter still needs to keep the ball on the fairway before he intends to attack the green which is very contoured and guarded by the pond on the left. A bogey here can be satisfying.

  • 408 metres (gold)
  • 388 metres (blue)
  • 369 metres (white)
  • 341 metres (red)