The Thirteenth

Par 4: 421m / 364m

The thirteenth is rated as the hardest hole on the course. Tee off beside Browns River again, more about often hitting into the prevailing sea breeze.

The left has a line of grand old trees and the right hand side is covered with deep rough and treacherous lies.

Some deep grass tussocks on the right hand side may affect your second shot. If the river isn’t enough there is a lake on your left.

The large green is heavily contoured so a good approach is required. Plenty of three putt positions here depending on where the pin is.