Blue – 360 yards
Yellow – 360 yards
White – 319 yards
Red – 303 yards
If my dog’s leg was bent this much, I’d worry it was broken as the 6th is a par 4 on a 90 degree angle. Adventurous players might try and go for the green, as it is in reach across the water and OB. That shot has a lot of risk involved though, judging the distance towards what from that direction is a very narrow green, with OB beyond it, and now some trees have been placed in front of most of the teeing off positions, the shot is almost impossible. The sensible route is to take an iron down the fairway to the corner where the green opens up for you.
From the corner there are plenty of bunkers to carry before you reach the green which slopes down towards the front. If your tee shot is well placed this shouldn’t be that hard (or long) an approach shot, so if you leave the ball close to the pin an easy putt is available. On this hole, do you risk a daring shot with a small chance of eagle, or take the relatively safe route to a birdie chance? Either way it becomes a really fun hole.