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Thirteen runs parallel to twelve and there the similarity stops. While twelve plays downhill, its neighbor turns around and goes up for 372 yards. While the twelfth green is “puttable”, the one at thirteen is not. (“P. J., what’s the toughest hole location on thirteen?” Boatwright: “There is no hole location on thirteen.”) It is a combination of factors that conspires to make thirteen extremely difficult. The tee shot is uphill to a fairway 29 yards wide in the landing zone and lined by trees on both sides. The hole continues uphill, obscuring the surface of the slick green from the player, and very nearly blocking view of ample bunkers left and right. Boatwright called it one of the hardest holes on the course.