Fourteen is a risk reward double dogleg par five with challenges at every corner paired with riches if you’re bold. The tee shot requires a slight bend from left to right as bunkers frame the left side of this welcoming fairway and the creek from previous holes tumbles down the right side before crossing the fairway at the two-twenty-five mark. The layup or second shot is guarded by overhanging trees down the left, the crossing stream, and a fairway bunker fifty yards short of the green. This layup is one to be respected played carefully as a shot into the left side of fairway gives a wonderful angle but can create havoc if loosely approached. The green is renowned as one of the most undulating on the course with a steep false front, massive spine, and a deep greenside bunker to the left of the green. The lively spine creates confusion and demands execution for all chips and putts around the surface. Keeping your approach below the hole is a must here if you want a stress free two putt.