The fourteenth hole on the East Course is a dogleg hole that turns hard from right to left. The shape of the hole rewards a long right to left tee shot, but the fairway stretches far enough to the right to accommodate those playing safely away from the corner.
The fairway bunker on the left takes barely 170 metres to carry and little concern to the better player.
Although the section of fairway that leads to the fourteenth green is notable for its lack of any significant undulation, there is however a small subtle hollow that eats into the front left of the putting surface which fees balls into the left bunker. Make an Enquiry