Hole #6, Par 5 (#5 Handicap)
Hole# 6 is the first Par 5 on the scorecard. The fairway has water running down the entire left side and comes to a point just to the left of the cart path. To the right of the rolling hills there is tall grass which makes long hitters think twice about gripping and ripping their tee shot. A good aiming point for this hole is the cart path. This allows for a small deviation in either direction and a possible cart path bounce for more distance. Your second shot from the fairway will have you looking at a small carry over water into big fairway that thins out at around 120 yards with a bunker just in the right rough and a small pot bunker on the left side about 130 yards out. You can play it smart and lay up to the fat part of the fairway at 175-125 yards out or take on the fairway bunkers and have a wedge in your hand for your third. The green is guarded by a big bunker on the front right and a small pot bunker in the back left. The big front bunker is lurking for any pin situated on the right side or back position. The putting green slants from back to front with a substantial slope on the middle right section of the putting surface.