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Hole 6/15



Par 4/5; Yardage: 390
Men’s Handicap 2/1; Women’s Handicap 4/3

The longest of the holes goes from the eastern boundary to the western on a steady incline. Placement of the northern tee box offers the “look” of a slight dogleg right immediately off the tee.  Two prodigious blows from the best golfers are required to reach the green in regulation. For many players, it requires 3 and sometimes 4 shots. A rightward tee shot may find the deep and gnarly rough as well as the large oaks guarding the shot back to the fairway. Again, bunkers on either side threaten the wayward approach shot.  The green tilts back to front, and any putt from above or from the side is a challenge. A par 5 women or a par 4 for men on this hole will produce a sense of accomplishment.