Hope you took care of the last par-3, because this might just be one the longest holes in 2010. Hole 13 is a par-5 that offers up a hard dogleg to the right. There's no trick, cheat, or shortcut here; this is all about tee shot placement and flexing those trackball muscles on the virtual links. Keep your tee shot tucked along the right side in order to shorten your next shot. This is the most critical part of the hole. You might even try a big A-1 to maximize the amount of distance. From here, you'll likely be left with a driver (possibly a 3-wood for you longer hitters). Hitting the green in two isn't a given, so playing for the green in three doesn't mean all hope is lost. Depending on the wind, this could be a lengthy approach that could require roll. With no hazards in play, go for it. Even if you come up short, you should be able to walk away with a birdie.