Hole 6 Information
One of the first holes undertaken in 1998 during the course redevelopment project, this dogleg left par 4 generally plays into a prevailing south westerly off the tee, making a drive to the corner a good result from the back tee.
When downwind, the corner can be taken on at your own peril as a cluster of small bunkers awaits through the dogleg, as well as a notorious hidden pot on the left of the fairway. Reaching the green from these bunkers is usually out of the question, with the greedy often paying a heavy price for trying to advance the ball too far.
If fairway is found, a very accurate mid to long iron is required to the slightly elevated, long narrow green heavily bunkered on both sides. The green is quite subtle, but can become very fast downhill on the front half of the green which is quite exposed to the wind.