Hole 14 - "Cedar"
|#14 During the summer of 2001, hole #14, a beautiful par three was constructed. The construction was a result of “losing” a previously existing par three to Sebastian Municipal Airport runway expansions. The Golf Course greatly benefited from this, as hole #14 is now known as the “signature hole”. Named “Cedar” due to a large cedar tree positioned directly behind the green, hole #14 is framed by large slash pine trees, complete with a water hazard to the right. On calm mornings, the reflection of the slash pine trees in the water is absolutely stunning! Also stunning is the green complex, which is the highest elevated green complex on the Golf Course. This high position allows for devilish slopes that make two putting a difficult task.
PRO TIP – Like so many holes at Sebastian Golf Course, stay below the hole or three putting can occur easily. It is always better to be a little short than long on this hole, so club selection and paying attention to the wind is extremely important.