Hole 6 is only 228' or so, but the double-mando added together with the out-of-bounds area just behind the pin can leave you with a very long birdie putt (or worse). The double-mando is made a bit harder thanks to a third set of trees right in front of it, splitting it into two paths. The obvious RHBH hyzer path on the right can be difficult to correctly place, because there isn't a ton of wiggle room in your landing spot thanks to to out-of-bounds area in the back. But a less-obvious path exists on the left. You can choose a flippy disc that would normally be too fast for the hole, then *intentionally* turn-and-burn it into the ground past the double mando. It will cut roll and follow the gentle slope back to the left, frequently leaving a drop-in for birdie.