If the tee shot on number four takes your breath away, the tee shot on number thirteen will make your knees shake. This long par four requires a long carry off the tee over the wetland. The difficulty on the tee ball is compounded by a prevailing wind which is generally in your face. The second shot is played with a long iron or fairway wood to a green protected by a huge bunker on the left. This multi- tired green once again promises to challenge even the most proficient putter.