While hole 6 might be a pretty simple par-4 in concept, this Jim Z. beauty is actually one of the more intriguing holes on the course. Your starting tee box will determine whether you go short or long of the water so be ready to use a different strategy from round to round. If you have to lie back, you'll have a slightly longer shot into the green but should have no problems reaching in two. The approach shot, however, is one that can be problematic. Missing short or left is not an option and will force you to bust out your scuba gear mid-round. Depending on your club selection and pin placement, be cautious and play for a makeable putt. This green slopes upwards pretty hard, so your tendency might be to leave it short. Use backspin with extreme caution and save your aggressive pin-seeking shoes for another hole.