West Cornwall Golf Club
Course - Hole 14 - Stroke Index 2
After the last 2 holes where birdies are often made comes arguably the toughest hole on the course. The hole doglegs to the right so careful judgement is required to know how much to take off the corner. For the average golfer the marker post is a good line.
Once the fairway is found the second shot - frequently requiring a long iron or fairway wood - is struck towards a well-contoured green with the Church in the background. The fairway slopes severely short and left of the green, often gathering a shot landing short into the bunker that guards the green on the left. The green also drops away on the right so only the very best struck shots will hold the green. Birdies are rare on this fine hole.