If you've survived the previous holes then you can exhale a bit on hole 6. While there are no guarantees on this par-3, this should be a hole that you can find success on regularly. Because the green is up-6, you shouldn't have to apply backspin unless the pin is in the very front of the green. The pin placements you really need to look out for are the ones tucked on the very edges of the green. While it can be tempting to go for that hole-in-one, missing the green here can be a crushing blow to your round. Instead, play more for the center and give yourself a good look for birdie. Some tee boxes will have you hitting woods into the green, which can also provide a longer challenge. Be careful and smart with your spin usage and you should be just fine. Safe and on is key. Birdie is yours for the taking.