Hole 6 at Glen Gorse

Hole 6
Par 4, Yards 418, Stroke Index 8

Hole 6 Overview

Holes 6 and 7 share large water hazards, which on the 6th hole should not come into play for all but the biggest slicers of the ball.A large tree dominates the centre of the fairway, with a smaller version just beyond, growing slowly but surely, ready to take the place of its larger neighbour in future years. Either side of the large tree will afford a good view of the green which is guarded by a pond and a large bunker to the left and right respectively. A long sloping green always putts towards the water, and a par secured here will feel like a birdie to all but the lowest handicappers.

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“A driver or long iron to the left side of the fairway is needed, avoiding the second pond. This sets up a good angle for the second shot into this undulating green.”

Richard Reed, Club Professional

Par 4

Yards 418

Stroke Index 8

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