Details for Hole Thirteen
A reasonably long par 4 that once again requires accuracy from the tee. The driving line is towards a red/white marker pole to the right of the fairway just over the brow, as the fairway slopes to the left, and any tee shot hit slightly left of centre is likely to end up on some grassy ridges which can leave a very tough second shot.
Trees line both sides of the fairway, and the ones about 80-100 yards to the right of the white tee boxes are particularly impenetrable.
The approach to the green is downhill, and the green is protected front-left by a fairly shallow bunker. If you can’t fly the green with your approach, the best line is towards the fir tree just to the front-right of the green, as the slope should bring your ball onto the putting surface.
One shallow bunker on this hole, front-left of the green.