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Hole #6 "Swan Lake"

PAR4
HDCP7
BLACK TEES368
BLUE TEES350
WHITE TEES325
RED TEES295

Description:

The 6th hole at Par Line Golf Course is one if the better designed and more picturesque holes on the course. It is a par 4, dogleg left, with an uphill tee shot and downhill approach.

Comments From the Caddy Shack (Rating ****):

The tee shot is critical here. You must carry the lake, and you must NOT hook it into the trees. A slice will leave you a long approach, but at least the ball won't be wet or lost. Long hitters can aim over the trees and end up close to the green. Average players aim just right of the trees and try to lay the ball on the upper tier of the fairway between the 100 and 150 markers. The approach is downhill and tends to play a bit shorter than you think. There's more room to the left if you are worried about a wayward iron. This is a fairly flat green, and one of the easiest greens to putt on the course. Generally, the hole favors the player who can draw the ball, but hookers go straight to jail.