The first of a pair of up-and-back par-4s, Nos. 6 and 7 take advantage of natural terrain variations to relieve any chance of monotony. Longer hitters off the tee are left with only a short iron to the green, although frequent headwinds add distance. No. 6 has strategically placed traps and a green where being a little short is preferable to being a little long; front pin placements in the summer months can create scary downhill putts.