The fourteenth is the windiest hole on the course. The belt of oak trees which used to provide shelter from the prevailing winds, went down during the hurricane in 1987 and it will be some time before the re-planting becomes effective. Meanwhile, the rhododendrons provide a very colourful backdrop on the left of the fairway. The hole is a tight, right to left dog-leg. Only half of the fairway can be seen from the tee and the out of bounds is uncomfortably close on the left. The second shot should be played into the left half of the green which has no bunkers but has plenty of trouble can be found both right and left.