Hole #6 - 435 yards, Par 5 - 5th most difficult hole
This hole presents a good opportunity for birdie. Long hitters will definitely have an chance to reach this green in two. This is the only hole where the second shot (and possibly the third shot) will be blind. Out of bounds runs the entire length of the right side. The hole slopes slightly up until approximately 260 yards out where there is hill of approximately 20 feet in height. The last 70 yards to the green is relatively flat. There is a sand trap approximately 20 yards long, which fronts the left side of the green and a small pot bunker in the front right of the green. The green falls off approximately 7 feet to the right and slopes down severely behind the green.
The 6th Green
If you wish to attempt to reach this green in two you should approach the hole from the right side of the fairway. The left side may require you to clear two small trees and also to play over the long left sand trap. As you will not be able to see the green you should aim between the two pine trees. If you don't decide to go for the green in two you should at the very least make sure you hit a shot that reaches the top of the hill thereby giving you a clear shot at the green. The green slopes back to front, but not as severely as the 3rd green. The most difficult pin placement is front left.