The Olympic course gets closed the water at the 13th and therefore sees a change in the landscape. A ficus tree was used at the dogleg and the change of pace is welcome as the course starts to head home. At 479/408 the wind will be a key factor in how tough this plays, but the fairway is ample. From my visit to the course a few years ago, this was the hole that was toughest to visualize, so watching the finished flyover it's fun to see that what looked compelling on paper turned out that way.
The par-3 14th can be played from many distances, the official is listed at 229/190, but it can stretch longer and is also likely to play shorter if the back left wing is used for a hole location. Hopefully the approach is firm enough to support a run-up on the windier days.
With today's driving distances--you know the ones that have changed in a long time according to the USGA and R&A--I'll be curious if the centerline fairway bunker is much of an annoyance at the 15th, which measures 412/374 yards for the men and women competing at the Rio 2016 Games.