The thirteenth hole is the last par 5 on the course and is also the longest. At 556 yards this hole is a typical three shot hole. A tee shot left of centre leaves the best angle for a layup. A long iron or fairway wood is needed for a layup that should leave 90-110 yards to this uphill green. The short iron approach can be difficult because the ball doesn’t hold, as it plays uphill. Be a little more cautious as there are a lot of subtle breaks on the right side of this green.