Hole 6


Men
Par 3
148 Metres
Index 8
Ladies
Par 3
148 Metres
Index 7

At a mere 148m the sixth hole is the longest par 3 on the course. The tee shot is played over a pond, which shouldn’t really come into play unless it psychs a player out (Which happens far too much unfortunately).

The sixth hole is the home of the course’s only sand bunker. It is positioned at the front right of the scrape and comes into play for most golfers who want to attack the flag. The club has had trouble maintaining the bunker over the years. It has also been the topic of many discussions regarding if it’s worth keeping. Many members have suggested that a mound or a grass bunker may be a better alternative, however many passionate members have requested that it stay and so it has.

The scrape is another medium sized scrape with a severe slope from back to front. Like many other scrapes there are many side sloping and slippery down hill putts on this scrape.