The 4th offers a slight dog-leg to the right with danger and out of bounds all down the right side. The trees to the right look like they can be taken on but don’t let the hole tempt you. Aim for the large tree in the centre of the fairway, if your ball lands close give yourself a pat on the back. You should now have a good line into the narrow fairway and raised green.
The 13th provides another challenge. The large tree now sends you out to the right but a well hit straight drive or slight fade gives you good position to attack the hole. Anything left of the fairway and you’re in deep rough. The green is probably the trickiest on the course as it slopes steeply right to left. A bunker protects the left and low side of the green but take it on as it may be easier than a difficult putt from anywhere above or level with the pin.