Hole 6

 
This gem of a Par 4 is a short sharp dogleg left. You need to know pin location on a very wide green to decide what club to hit from the tee. On your second shot, stay below the pin. 3 putts are common if you are a little long. From the blue tees, the very brave might try to drive the hidden green avoiding some tall pines. There has been just a single hole in one here in 25 years. Dom Perignon to the person who repeats that feat. 
PAR
4
 
HANDICAP
Men5
Women11
 
TEES
367
333
309
309
252
309