The Sixth Hole is a short par 4, but don’t be lulled into complacency by it’s length.

Some will try to go for the green, but with a pond, sharp ledge and a trap protecting a very narrow green from this approach, risk reward says this may not be the best course of action.

A well struck mid-iron aimed to just inside the 100 yard marker will yield a safe wedge into the green from a respective angle.  But pay attention to where the pin is as this green has a severe depression in the middle and not getting to the appropriate level as the pin has its putting consequences.