|Hole 13 / HCP 8 / Par 4 | Blue: 394 | White: 337 | Red: 288|
|Photos: From the Tee | Approach Shot|
Hole 13, considered to be one of the toughest driving holes at Deep Creek, forces golfers of all levels to make a great tee shot. Water meanders its way down the entire right side of the hole, with deep steep banks luring balls its way. You must carry the waterway's first bend in order to have a shot of reaching the green in two comfortably, but be careful not to drive the ball too far, because the waterway works its way back into the fairway just past the 150 marker. Getting the ball to the 150 marker is the smart play here, leaving a decent approach shot to an undulating green. Be careful not to overshoot this green. It's a tough chip back, as you'll be dealing with a wall of high vegetation.
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