The 180 metre par 3, thirteenth hole has been called brutal. Water runs down the entire right side, on the left and behind the green and needs to be put out of your mind as do the two bunkers which protect two thirds of the green. A precise tee shot is critical. The 250sqm green has significant slopes and borrows and reading the green is arguably harder than finding the green with your tee shot.
Even if you are skilled enough to hit the green, the job is far from finished. The undulating putting surface will test the best. A four is acceptable here.
One of three holes (also 11 & 12), which was initially opened in 2001 but was later modified by US PGA Champion, Wayne Grady in 2003. When first opened members were very critical with many well struck shots finishing with unfair results. This hole was the first on the course to be converted to Champion Ultradwarf Bermuda.