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I have to admit the sixth is a hole I just didn't get. You play straight down a chute into a giant bowl, with a giant tier to a lower level in the green. We played when there was no wind, and this hole was as straightforward as could be. The back hole locations might require more creativity if you want to get close, but balls want to get down there on their own.
Maybe Tom should follow his own advice from earlier in the day. To quote: "Everyone is entitled to their own view of what makes a course great, but the most credible reporters keep their experience on the day out of the discussion." To imagine how a hole plays in the prevailing wind can't be much more difficult than imagining how an aeriated green would putt true.