Skip to main content

Hole #6

  • If you can get through the horseshoe at even par, number 6 is the start of a good stretch to make the round. [inaudible] driver off the left trap, leaving us a short wedge, which we'll need to hit close since this is one of the more subtle and tricky greens on the course.

A subtle dogleg right that generally plays into the wind. Favoring the left side of your tee shot opens up the green. Don't miss this narrow green long or right as it falls off sharply, leaving a difficult pitch.

View the Charles Schwab Challenge holes

Invest in both your financial future and your game.