Love it or loath it, #13 evokes an opinion. Nicknamed "Sasquatch", the hole comprises an environmentally protected area and significant elevation change, which make this hole a sometimes maddening challenge.
The tee shot is only the start. It doesn't pose much danger, but a poorly chosen line can make your approach shot more difficult.
The best drives will come to rest on the left side of the fairway, otherwise expect a blind approach into the green. In addition to the blind shot, the slight dogleg and downhill approach can prove to be disorienting. Make sure you choose a good line.
The approach shot is also complicated by an elevated and well bunkered green complex with a tight waste area on the left side. Like Sasquatch himself, par can be quite elusive on #13.
Todd Mielke | Head Golf Professional | The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge