Hole 14
Great par 5 that doglegs to the right at the half way point. From the tee players can skirt the right side flirting with a well positioned pond, or take the ball down the middle for a more generous landing area. Aggressive tee shots will leave long irons or fairway woods into an elevated approachable green. Safer, or not so well hit drives will leave a lay-up that can be tricky. Water runs the length of the left side and right side. Birdies can be made here!

Pro's Advice: How aggressive do you feel?  A good strategy is required.  A double dog leg to the right will challenge all the way by water down the right and again on the left of the fairway. Along with a 2 tiered elevated green this is one of the more challenging on the course. The best drive is down the right side leaving a shorter lay up shot, or a chance to hit the green in 2 for the bigger hitters. After avoiding the left hazard with a lay up, the approach must be long enough or will roll back 10 yards off the front of the green. Reaching the correct level of the green is rewarded by a good chance for birdie. Par or birdie is a good score, but listen to the stories of demise.
Men's Par, Yardage, and Handicap Information
NO.1 5 488 2
NO.2 5 461 2
NO.3 5 4062
NO.4 5 4062
NO.5 5 3962

Women's Par, Yardage, and Handicap Information
 NO.6 318 6