The thirteenth hole is unusual as it is a practically blind, slight dogleg right, par 3. The green is shared with the eleventh, so is a large target, and there is a flat plateau short of the green. However, anything too short will disappear into the rough and there are bunkers to the right that catch balls running through the green. There are two approaches to the hole: either straight at the green and land it soft; or run the ball just to the left of the marker post and down the hill. The green itself runs from left to right.