Hole 14 Information
The 14th hole plays to a green sited on the area previously occupied by the old 14th green (when played as a Par 4). This hole is generally a mid iron to a green well protected by 6 bunkers right and left, and a steep drop at the rear of the green.
Often played down breeze, the tee shot needs to be well struck to hold the gently undulating green, as the steep drop over the back makes recovery very difficult. A running approach shaped from left to right is possible but made difficult by an approach bunker some 20 metres short of the green, which also makes club selection from the tee deceiving.
This hole is beautifully framed by native vegetation and water, and is indicative of the character of the course throughout.