The toughest of our three par fives, number fourteen is certainly a three shot hole. Opening with a tee shot over a small pond, fourteens fairway stretches up a rather steep grade to a slender landing area guarded left by two fairway bunkers. Your second shot plays downhill and is all about distance control. A proper second shot will put you at the 90 degree corner of a right dogleg which will leave you with a wedge or short iron to the green, protected short and left by a large sandtrap. Fourteen’s green seems relatively flat, but actually has a good amount of grade sloping back to front, thus making putting quite tricky. Escape this hole with a par and you have hit five great golf shots.