Course Tour : Hole 14


"Green is on; beware hidden gully left"

Bob Charles’ advice for playing the 14th hole

This hole plays with the prevailing wind, and the longer hitters will often want to go for the green in summer. Be careful of hitting left, however, as the ground slopes alarmingly towards the hazard if you’re too far off-centre. And tee shots to the right will have an extremely difficult approach to the green, often having to contend with the tall trees between the 14th and 15th holes. The green looks flat, but has some very subtle breaks. If the ground is soft, try to fly your approach all the way to the green. Attempting to bounce the ball into the green requires accuracy and very good distance control as it is all-too-easy to go through the back.

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