Hole 13: Par 3
A short par 3 hole that is uphill all the way, with bunkers on both sides of the green and trees that edge close to the line of play on the right side. Be sure of your club selection off the tee on number 13.
Hole 14: Par 5
This dogleg left par 5 starts out with a wide expanse of fairway, but narrows significantly as you get closer to the green. The approach shot must be accurate to avoid the trees and out-of-bounds on the left, and Lake Evan that pinches in from the right. Play this one well and you can be rewarded with a good score, but watch out. This hole has been the turning point for many a round at Green Meadows.
Hole 15: Par 4
Don't go to sleep on this hole, which provides plenty of challenge. A bunker guards the right side of the fairway and comes into play since there is out-of-bounds all along the left side of the hole. The green is extremely sloped from back to front and provides a stern test even for the most accomplished putters. If you walk off this hole with a par or better, you've really done something.