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6

 

Many believe that No. 6 is the most difficult hole on the course because it provides a supreme challenge with a driver off the tee, as the fairway slopes from right to left in the driving area while the hole slightly doglegs from left to right. As a result, many top players prefer to hit either a fairway wood or long iron off the tee, leaving a very long second. An overly aggressive choice off the tee brings the Sheldrake Creek into play on the far left. Two strategically placed bunkers wait in the fairway at 100 yards out, complicating layup shots. The small, firm green features a long bunker that runs along the left side into the fairway, while the right side, if the grass is short and the ground firm, could see a cut shot bounce out-of-bounds. There are three distinctly difficult hole locations here with the back-right knob and the front-left dip providing ample challenge. Interestingly, the hole originally played as a par 5.
 
PAR
4/5
 
HANDICAP
Men1
Women5
 
TEES
478
434
424
414
414