This medium length par 4 usually plays downwind and calls for a straight tee shot as pecan trees frame the landing area. The second shot is the key to this hole. The wide but shallow green is fronted by two large bunkers, requiring a soft, high approach.
Environmental Information: The large area separating the fourteenth and fifteenth holes is planted with wildflowers and a prairie grass mixture. In this area you will find such flowers as Oswego Tea, Golden Alexanders, Corn Poppy, Black-eyed Susan, Red Purple Conflower, Perennial Lupine and Roundhead Bush-Clover.