Tips from the Pro:
A long par 3, the sixth hole can play much longer than the yardage indicates given a frequent wind that blows directly at the tee. With water, out-of-bounds, and traps to the right, you'll want to ignore the alignment of the tee itself which will point you there. Instead, line up left of center and play a solid shot to the green.
Depending upon your execution off the tee, this may be a birdie opportunity. This green rolls nicely and while there are some tight pin placements, there aren't any surprises.