Hole 6

Hole #6 / #15  

317 yards – Par 4 White tees
340 yards – Par 4 Blue tees

317 yards – Par 4 Red tees
300 yards – Par 4 Yellow tees

  • Short hitters can really shine on this narrow dogleg if they keep the ball straight.
  • A tee shot just beyond the 150-yard marker is your best placement. If you hit a long ball without applying a curve for the dogleg, your ball may find the strategically planted island of thick trees.
  • A gradual uphill incline often leaves approach shots short of the green.
  • The left sand bunker, the knob hill on the right, and the surrounding trees make this green a difficult target. It slopes dramatically back to front, so best to stay below the hole. If you go over the back of the green, get ready to have some fun with your shot coming back down the slope!
  • As you come down the path from the 6th tee, look to your left, as you may need to know the pin placement for the 8th hole.

Come and Play!