Hole 14 - "The Chella"
The 14th, known locally as "The Chella", a nod to the Chellow Dene Reservoir that sits just behind it, is the signature hole at West Bradford Golf Club. It is a 160 yard Par 3, from an elevated tee position, aiming at a plateau green below. Trees encroach from the left, leaving a very small target, on what is one of the more intimidating tee shots on the course. It's a hole that wouldn't look out of place on any Championship golf course anywhere in the world.
Chellow Dene Reservoir is just visible through the trees to the left of the green.
Pro's Tips for Hole 14
"Make no mistake, Hole 14 at West Bradford is a potential card-wrecker. Hit the ball left and you are lost. Long and you are in the trees behind. Fall short of the green and you are in the bunkers - and are left trying to hit out of the sand and on to the raised green above.
Therefore the key to this hole is in accurate club selection from the tee."