On the par 4 14th, a long tee shot missing the deep fairway bunkers is required to lessen the severity of the approach. The green at the 14th is narrow from front to back. This feature makes club selection critical. Also, the 14th green is almost like two greens in one separated by a rise in the middle. Two things to watch out for . . . first, at all costs, avoid the cluster of greenside bunkers in front of the green. Second, there is a collection area just long and right that will attract a poorly hit shot. On a positive note, there is a slope hill on the right side of the green that can help with a friendly kickback to the green. There is a lot going on at the 14th.