13 green at Harbour Town, the long-time venue for what is now called the RBC Heritage. The story goes that the designer of the course, Pete Dye, asked his wife Alice for her input on the hole. She proceeded to sketch a short dog-leg left with this uniquely shaped and bunker-surrounded green on a napkin. He loved it, and put her in charge of the hole. This was not the first time Pete enlisted the help of his wife. As you can see, there is a premium placed on accuracy here, and this is true throughout the entire course. Narrow driving lanes, small greens and strategically placed trees force golfers to be precise and deliberate in their decision-making and ball placement. Has anyone played here before?