Hole 6 — On The Rocks

Par 4 • 394/350 yards

This classic short par 4 has plenty of drama and suspense for even the most skilled golfer.  The dogleg left requires pinpoint accuracy off of the tee to avoid the creek on the left. The second shot struck with a short iron is played to a classic Alistair McKenzie style three-tiered green framed by rock ledges covered in rhododendron. Distance and direction control is paramount here. Any putt played from the incorrect level is most assuredly a three putt.


If you're interested in playing 18 signature golf holes with unencumbered views of 50 miles, if you're interested in pure golf with no houses and no tee times, if your idea of the perfect day is playing golf on an immaculately maintained course and retiring to your private room when the day is done... Read More

Built by Players

Pikewood National is designed in the classic tradition of preeminent golf course architects, Donald Ross and Alister MacKenzie. Pikewood National is a golf course built by players, specifically for players, embodying everything that is good and pure about the game... Read More


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