How to Play it – Gilroy Golf Course No. 6, Par 4, 388 yards

Dispatch sports editor John Coscia sends a long putt toward the

This great hole has a little of everything. A 100+ year old oak
tree sit majestically in the left center of the fairway and two
similar oaks from the right rough.
This great hole has a little of everything. A 100+ year old oak tree sit majestically in the left center of the fairway and two similar oaks from the right rough.

PRO SAYS: This great hole has a little of everything. A 100+ year old oak tree sit majestically in the left center of the fairway and two similar oaks from the right rough. Slot your tee shot between the two and you set up for a good approach shot. This shot is guarded by two bunkers and has a considerable swale in front of the green. This makes it difficult to judge your distance so choose your club wisely.

THE SKINNY: Once on the green it slopes from back to front so it accepts shots well but putting down the hill can be a challenge.

– Don DeLorenzo, PGA Golf Professional, Gilroy GC

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