Hole six is a par-4, and in some ways, mirrors the second hole. From the tee box, you’re staring at the same ridge down fairway that cuts across holes two, five, and seven. As on two, you will be in a much better position for your approach if you get to the top – or near the top – with your driver. However, if you don’t make it up the ridge, or happen to stray left off the tee box, then just like on two you’ll be making a blind approach shot. This time look for our other landmark birdhouse. Even if you haven’t reached the top of the ridge, the birdhouse behind the green gives you a good target line. The green itself is framed nicely by a berm on three sides, which looks pretty but can play ugly if you have to flop over it.