How the Pros Play: Highland 6

The beautiful Highland sixth hole is a meandering par-4, dog leg to the right. How you play this hole will depend on how far you can carry your drive. If you can carry the ball over 240 yards you may aim further to the right, over the fir trees, as this will cut some distance off the hole leaving you with a short iron into this elevated green.

Once you have found the right hand side of the fairway take stock of where the flag is. It is always good to be short of the cup as this tricky green, that breaks towards the Olympic mountains, is very fast. Doing that will increase your chances for a two putt par or, better yet, a deftly drained birdie putt.
Good luck and swing smoothly.

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