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The tee shot at the par four sixth plays uphill and needs to be delicately positioned, for the hole swings gradually but increasingly to the left before culminating at a sloping and very tightly bunkered green. The hole is neither overly long nor severely penal…”sneaky hard’ is the succinct and highly apt phrase Boatwright uses to describe it. Drives can be hooked into the left treeline or pushed straight into the right trees. Any second shot will be to a severe back to front sloping green that has an entrance pinched by a bunker front left and a large one running the length of the green on the right. A third bunker menaces to the left rear. Long is “dead”. Hole locations on the right side are most difficult.