Having played Chippewa many times, its hard to defend this particular hole. In fact, ive actually hit those power towers. But the course its self is not bad. As jon said previously, the conditioning of the course is second to none. The hole that precedes this one is a beautiful sweeping dogleg left par five. The green has a strong cant to the left. And the hole after this one is a tough as nails par three that plays about 175 yards. The green is probably only 12yds wide and 35 yds deep with a strong slope back to front. Ive seen plenty of good golfers hit his ball from one side to the other side because he missed pin high in the rough. As for the gentleman who complained why didnt harrison just move the tees to the right. Well, the green of #14 is there. And its a hell of a par four where you are hitting a long iron shot off a sidehill downhill lie to an elevated green. 14-15-16 are dubbed the bermuda triangle, (kinda corny), but they are each very good holes, and anyone playing these three holes in even par has probably gained two if not more strokes on the field.