There are no tricks to the tee shot at the sixth, but the same cannot be said about the approach. Though moderate in distance, this par-4 provides a stern examination on the second shot. A steep climb to the green leaves a difficult play for the short-to-average length driver. While the longer player gains the distance advantage, the longer the tee shot the more likely that even the top of the flagstick will be hidden from the player’s view. The green is one of the more modest in size, which increases the difficulty. Having safely arrived at the green, the player may be relieved to find one of the more level putting surfaces that Pebble Lake offers. Since the green is hidden from the players view from the fairway, be aware that a bunker guards the right side of the green, and a ridge behind the green leaves a tricky chip for the shot that goes long.