Trail Hole Spotlight: The Par-4 No. 14 at Blackmoor

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Gary Player’s Blackmoor Golf Club has one of the more memorable three-hole stretches you’ll encounter along the Waccamaw Golf Trail, starting with its par-4 14th hole. Join us for a spectacular aerial tour of this hole, and get some tips on how best to play it next time you’re out there!

 

 

Blackmoor Golf Club

Hole No. 14 – Par 4

Black – 390 Yards

White – 362 Yards

Gold – 335 Yards

Red – 315 Yards

This dogleg right par 4 offers options off the tee.

If you drive it more than 240 yards, you can try cutting the corner over the trees. But big hitters beware!

If you don’t get it over the trees, you’re done – and if you hit left of there and long, you’re probably wet.

Note the ridge and well-placed bunkers protecting the dogleg. Alligators often bask in the sun on the lakeside bank.

Any score is possible on this hole. Good luck, and enjoy the view!

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