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Hole #14 - Head of Concho

Playing to the east the 14th hole is the shortest par 5 on the course measuring at 520 yards. The golfers tee shot plays over a continuation waste bunker that connects to #13. One will want to play on the right side of the fairway to get the best view of the green. The second shot is very unique because of the native hillock that was not disturbed that lies in the central portion of the golf hole. The perfect shot if not going for the green in two is to hit directly over it to the second landing area. If you are at all worried about clearing the hillock you can play to the left of the landform but will have a longer third shot into the green. This green is the smallest on the course and is surrounded by bunkers on both sides. A spectacular long range view of the Hueco Mountains is seen behind the green.

        

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