Nothing too fancy here, but these are the holes that can get you if you're not up to the challenge. Hole six is a par-4 that positions you in the perfect spot to either hit a big drive across the water or sit back in the first fairway. Many of you may feel the need to hit a big ol' A-1 across the water and get yourself nice and close. While your ball will most likely skip off the water and get across from certain tee boxes, why take the risk? Depending on where the pin is located and how the wind is playing, place your tee shot near (not in) the water straight ahead or up along the left side. You'll be left with a wood or a low iron and should have a great chance at a birdie and perhaps some GSPs. Stick your approach, make your putt, and let your buddies try the all-or-nothing drive. The worst thing you can do here is get wet.