A dogleg left par 5. Out of bounds on left and trees either side of fairway. A good shot short of the ditch sets up a long second to the corner of the dogleg. This leaves a pitch to a small green with out of bounds beyond the back of green.
Club Championship winner Mark says “The 6th is our longest hole at 556 yards with a ditch at 280 yards and it is important to play the hole as a true par 5. A tee shot of about 250 yards is ideal. The second shot is the crucial one and is about getting the positioning just right. For the adventurous, a shot over the left side of the fairway bunker is perfect. For the more conservative players a safe shot a little short and right of the bunker sets up a great angle to the green. With the green being surrounded out of bounds and bunkers a good shot is required to find the green. The subtle false front carries balls off the green that end up short.