Hole 6 Description
The sixth hole, a dogleg right, is the longest par 4 and the second hardest hole after Hole 4. It requires a solid tee shot that is protected at the dogleg by a bunker to the left of the landing area and a stand of palm trees to the right. Best drives favor the left side of the fairway to have the clearest shot into the green. A long second shot requires accuracy to avoid bunkers left and front right as well as one behind the green. Whether going for the green in two or laying up and chipping on, a pin placement on the front of the green requires more accuracy than a back pin placement. Like many holes at Bent Pine, pine trees bordering the fairway will make you think you’ve been transported to North Carolina.