Measuring only 135 metres from the tee to the middle of the green, the thirteenth East involves little more than a pitch with an eight or nine iron. This is not a difficult shot but it’s certainly a fun one because the green and the surrounding bunkers have been so beautifully constructed.
The other feature of the hole is the back drop of red river gums. These ancient trees are a prominent marker of the often wet pocket land on which this hole was constructed. Make an Enquiry