STROKE INDEX 2
HOLE 6 DESCRIPTION
A demanding dogleg right par 4. The tee shot is played through a funnel, with out of bounds lurking right for a sliced tee shot, along with a bunker and a copse of trees for anything slightly pushed. There’s more room left than there looks, although if you miss the fairway you’ll need to be very fortunate to be left with a shot to the green. The smart play is for the widest part of the fairway, which will leave a little over 150 yards for the second. The approach to the green is played over two saucer shaped bunkers which really shouldn’t come into play unless you were in trouble off the tee. The green is one of the largest on the course, making club selection for your approach important if you want a good chance at a two putt. The back half of the green has some slope from the right and back to front, meaning that being long to a back flag will leave you with little to no chance of saving par. A solid two putt par here is more than acceptable and keeps the momentum on your side.