Stony Creek is one of the shorter tracks in Southland golf, but its intricate layout still provides a challenge for all golfers.
The 14th hole is a perfect example of a hole that can prove difficult if golfers don't find the fairway. The 370-yard, par-4 hole features a slight dogleg right, making it tough for people with a natural draw.
Tee shots from the back tees must cross over a creek and stay in between a pair of bunkers on each side of the fairway.
"The big hitters can hit a 3-wood off the tee, leave it short of the bunker and have a mid-iron into the green," said Tim Scott, Greens Superintendent at Stony Creek.
On the approach shot, golfers have a large green as a target, but beware of three-putting.