The crowning jewel of Upper Canada is the 547 yard par 5 fourteenth affectionately known as "The Monster". It is by far the most picturesque hole on the course. The trees to the right side stretch the entire length of the hole. The lovely Aultsville Creek guards the left side all the way to the green. The best alternative is to use a fairway wood or long iron from the tee to lay up short of the water inlet. The second shot is the key to determining your success or failure. Using the same fairway wood or long iron, you must avoid the tree which stands on the right side of the fairway at the 200 yard mark from the green. If you are successful, you are left with a mid iron approach to the smallest green on the course. All things considered, this is a terrifying hole.
Note: Good luck.