Hole 13: Par 4
White Tees: 365 yards
Gold Tees: 355 yards
Red Tees: 322 yards
The 13th hole is a par 4 that doglegs to the left. Trees line the left side of the hole and out of bounds hugs the right side until 270 yards from the white tees where the right side opens up. At 250 yards from the white tee on the left and right side of the fairway there is water hazard in the left and right hand rough that catches long tee shots that miss the fairway. At 100 yards from the green, the fairway rises, coming to a plateau at 70 yards from the green. Sand guards the left and right hand sides of the green, which slopes from the back left to the front right.
Pro’s Tip: Play the club that will land in the fairway short of where the fairway begins to rise. From there, one extra club is needed to reach a green that is above your ball. There is nothing guarding the front of the green, so shots that land short will release onto the putting surface. Do not miss this green long as it will make for a very difficult pitch shot.