HOLE 14 PAR 4

Gold 355

Green 345

TOWPATH

White 345

Red 292

TO HOLE 13
TO HOLE 15

In 1823, the Blackstone Canal Company was chartered to build a connection from Providence, RI to Worcester, MA along (and sometimes through) the course of the Blackstone River. During its short 25 year history (1823 – 1848), the canal spurred the further development of industry along the Blackstone. Just ¼ mile from here, the remnants of the canal can still be seen, as well as the “towpath” which ran adjacent to the canal. Running slightly above the canal, the towpath was used by teams of oxen to pull the barges upstream. A similar arrangement is visible on this interesting Par 4. A player can choose either the lower or upper fairway which meet at the slightly elevated green.