Par 4, 415 yards
Architect: Donald Ross
At a glance: It is a really good green complex with two distinct sections.
The hole location dictates all shots.
Tim Erensen is the LPGA Shoprite Classic Executive Director. He over-
sees the annual LPGA championship held on Seaview’s Bay Course.
“The 13th hole on Seaview’s scenic Bay Course requires an accurate tee
shot to the right-center of the fairway in order to provide the best angle
into the green. The putting surface has some of the most significant
undulations of any hole on this
Donald Ross design, as well as a
tricky ridge that runs the length of
the green. The hole is set back from
nearby Reeds Bay and plays 409
yards during the annual ShopRite
LPGA Classic presented by Acer. Mul-
tiple options for pin positions can
dramatically impact a player’s ability
to make birdie on the hole. Lexi
Thompson went birdie, bogey, par
during her 2019 victory despite start-
ing out with three similar drives,” said
Erensen, 46, of Greenwich, Conn.