#13: Number thirteen is arguably the most challenging hole in the county. A double dogleg that plays into the wind measures a whopping 425 yards from the blue tees. Lakes large enough to attract water skiers flank the fairway! A 248-yard carry across the left edge of the lake on the right results in a “dry approach with a shorter iron, but it’s high risk. Most players will opt to bail out to the left of center, which will leave them with a mid-iron to a fairway wood in. Good luck on this one.