Hole Fourteen

After the rigorous climb to the top of the thirteenth, a path from the green cuts through coastal bush and opens onto the spacious hole fourteen fairway. The hole is a true golfing pleasure, both for its view and for its challenge.

The fairway resembles a wide green road, which climbs and curves gently upwards towards the elevated green. A resurrected stock dam lies on the left side of the fairway, but it is aesthetic rather than threatening. On the right open areas of thorn scrub give way to thickly forested slopes. The large and welcoming green has gradual slopes and saplings that will one day shade the area.