Hole 6

Par 4 • 478 yards

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Our number one handicap hole is probably the most difficult fairway to hit with a driver, so some players will lay back with a lesser club. The fairway is 27 yards wide and slopes from right to left while bending from left to right. An overly aggressive choice off the tee brings the Sheldrake Creek into play. Once again, the left-to-right player will have an easier time finding the short grass. The next step here is to hit the small, firm green with a middle to long-iron generally played with the ball above the player's feet. There are three distinctly difficult hole locations here with the back-right knob and the front-left dip providing ample challenge.