Hole 14 Description
Now you climb back up to the tee for the 14th hole. The spectacular elevated tee shot makes this par 5 a joy to play. Of course Joe Lee doesn’t make it easy. Too much draw or a hook and you’ll find water that hugs the left side of the fairway. That’s not the only water. Short hitters choose to lay up with their second shot to avoid water that cuts across the fairway. Longer golfers have a choice: The longest hitters may want to take a crack at this hole on their 2nd shot. Otherwise you are faced with a choice: Play right of the stand of palm trees and have a 110-130 yard shot across the hole’s third water hazard. Or hit a long second shot to go left past the stand of palm trees and have a third shot that opens up to the green and takes the water out of play. The green features several sloping areas that make approach shots critical to scoring well. The 14th is the club’s signature hole and offers enjoyment for all levels of play.