Hope you brought your "shot-making boots," because hole 13 will require not one but two outstanding efforts. This long par-5 is curvy in the center, which forces you to be very accurate if you want to reach in two. Your starting tee box is crucial and you need to end up on the right side of the fairway but NOT in the sand. Not the easiest thing to do. You can do this by hitting a big A-1 beyond the traps or by hitting the small slab of green just right of them. If you find the sand, all is not lost. Just hit your second shot up the fairway and play for birdie. If you manage to hit one of the areas you'll have to hit a precise C-3 type shot to reach the green. Being right or long will result in a water ball so adjust your shot accordingly to avoid getting wet. This might be one of the toughest shots you'll have to hit throughout the round so approach this with caution.