Hole 6: Par 4
White Tees: 411 yards
Gold Tees: 399 yards
Red Tees: 386 yards
This picturesque par 4 is the number one handicap hole for a reason: it demands two exceptional shots to find the green in regulation. The hole doglegs from left to right with the corner 240 yards from the white teens and the entire right hand side of the hole is bordered by forest. Trees line the left hand side of the hole and there is a fairway bunker directly at the apex of the dogleg that will come into play on tee shots that stray too far to the left. The green slopes right to left and is protected on both sides by sand traps. The road just over the green is out of bounds.
Pro’s Tip: Finding the fairway off this tee is key as shots into the woods to the right will either need to be dropped short of the corner or re-teed and shots that find the trees or the sand trap on the left will leave little or no chance of hitting the green in regulation. Approach shots will release on this green, so play approach shots to the front.