Hole six is another relatively short par four measuring 366 yards from the blue tees, 350 yards from the white tees, 300 yards from the gold tees and 260 yards from the red tees. From the tee you have two fairways to choose from. Although playing to the left side looks like the smart shot you’re often left with a more difficult approach into the green unless you get it to the top of the hill. Any drive of over 250 yards up the right fairway will leave you inside 100 yards on your approach shot. Any drive of 200 yards or more is still in good position, but you may be left with a blind shot into a green that is hard to stop the ball on. When going up the right side of the fairway, be sure to carry the first bunker and stay short of the second and third bunkers. An approach shot from any of these bunkers takes a great shot to get it on the green. Between the two fairways you’ll find thick rough and many ornamental grasses where a good lie is highly unfortunate.
There is one sand bunker guarding the front of this clover shaped green. You do not want to miss this green left, right or long do to the steep sides and out of bounds right.