The 13th is called the "Postage Stamp," and it's an intriquing hole. A very short par 3 of 171 yards, it has a severely sloping green, a small body of water just in front of it and deep sand along the right (below).
The 14th tees off only a short distance from that central point beside the Clubhouse. We've once again worked our way back north and will follow the dogleg right of the 14th almost as far as the northern-most point of the course.
Instead, though, the course juts west to give us the 15th and 16th holes parallel to each other. The 15th has plenty of trees and a small green while the 16th is called the "Box Car" and is split by a small creek.
We're now back on the far north side of the grounds, and the 17th tee sits on one side of the pond. Remember, the 17th is a very short (175 yards) shot over the water.
It's back around that 1st green to get to the 18th tee shot as we're almost home.