Hole 14

A fade is clearly demanded off the tee of this fairly short par 4. A good target for a faded drive is the Cedar on the left side of the fairway. This tree was a 150-yard marker to the green of the old, Egan course #5, which was just in front of the current tee. While not a style of bunker that Jones used often, the round bunker at the back of this green is likely the result of his experimentation following his travels to Scotland during the 1960s. Similar bunkers are on #8 and #15.


Blue 390
White 367
Red 345
Yellow 332
Par (Men/Women) 4/4
Handicap (Men/Women) 16/12