Number 14 at Ticonderoga Golf Course is an all new par 4 and is one of the most challenging holes on the course. From the back tees, the hole will play up to 450 yards. The player must tee off out of shoot in the woods at the southwest corner of the course property. The tee shot is uphill and must avoid the two right fairway bunkers that guard the inside of the dog leg. The left fairway is generous, but may result in a longer approach.
The second shot requires a proper calculation by the player who must consider the downhill angle of the 14thapproach. If the player misses long, they risk a lost ball in the woods behind the hole. Right of the green sits a bunker that will save the errant shot from the hazard.
Once on the green, the player must play to the proper section to avoid a challenging putt. The left half of the green has a slight camber from left to right. The front right of the putting surface sits well below the back right. The player should strive to hit the same side of the green as the pin location. Par is a great score on the 14th.