The 6th hole at Diamondback Golf Club is the toughest hole on the entire golf course. The par five has a pond a deep bunker that put a premium on your approach shot. Take your par and move on, as General Manager Patrick Wilkinson shows us in this aerial video tour!
Hello. I’m Patrick Wilkinson, General Manager of Diamondback Golf Course, and today we’re out here on hole number six. It’s a par four, 395 yards, the hardest hole on the whole entire golf course by far.
People want to blow this hole up. The way to play this is you have to hit a good tee shot, but 233 yards off from the white tee is a hazard area. You have to either lay up or hit it down, and then from there you have a nice carry, the hazard’s about 115 yards long, but once you carry it across that hazard, you have a bunker to the right, a pond to the right, and not to mention all the trees down both sides that heavily guard this fairway.
The green here on number six is sort of a two-tiered green, it tilts slightly to the right, so any shot coming in is going to run off to the right side where the bunker is located. It makes it very difficult. A premium shot in is what you need to have to make a good score on this hole. Bogey, double bogey? Hey, walk off and be happy!
I hope you enjoyed today’s video on how to play the hole Diamondback Golf Course. I’d like to invite you to come out and play Diamondback on your next trip into Myrtle Beach, and take the challenge, see if you can get around this golf course. I promise you you’ll have a heck of a good time. You can call us at 843-756-3264, or visit us on our website, which is PlayDiamondBackGolf.com. We’re also on Facebook, and also on Twitter, so you can keep track of us all the way around. We look forward to seeing you in the next time here in Myrtle Beach at Diamondback Golf Course.