A picturesque hole that also ranks as the toughest par three on the course, the sixth requires a well struck and accurate tee shot. The need for a quality strike is obvious due to the length of the hole and the long green. The accuracy is essential to avoid the left and right greenside bunkers. The long narrow green is elevated above the left and rear surrounds adding to the difficulty of chip shots from these locations. If in doubt on the tee as to which club to hit, the tendency should be to favour the shorter club as chances of making par will be easier from short of the green than beyond it.
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