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Hole 13 (Eagle Eye) The placement of the tee shot is critical on this strong, dogleg right par-4. Though the fairway is the widest on the course, a tee shot down the right significantly reduces the length of the approach. A central bunker requires players to carefully choose their line of attack on the approach. Shots struck off line will be rejected by the knob on the left of the green, or a slope falling away on the right.

EAGLE EYE: The name Eagle Eye refers to the abundance of majestic wildlife in the area. Spectacular Bald Eagles who typically reside on the islands were frequent onlookers during construction. As the shortest of the long holes, there is also an opportunity for golfing eagles at thirteen.