Whew!! Put away the big dog and let's ease an iron onto this short par 3's putting green. But wait, let's find the pin first. Pin placement and the wind, will definitely determine club selection on this hole. The newly added bunker to the left of the green will come into play if the pin is tucked to the left.
If the pin is tucked to the right in the back of the green, the newly added collection area in the back of the green will come into play for those who overclub. The recovery shot from the collection area if it goes all the way down, brings bogey + into the equation.
With the pin set in the front of the green, a more aggressive tee shot can be played over the front bunker, nicknamed Mickey's ears by the locals, to leave a birdie try.
Although the player is sheltered from the wind by the surrounding trees, the hole plays the same direction as the tee shot on the preceding 13th hole, allowing the player to judge the likely effect on the ball.