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HoleParYards
14435
25575
34350
43205
54435
63180
74410
85570
94460
OUT363,620
104495
114490
123155
135510
144440
155500
163170
174425
184465
IN363,650
Total727,270

Peter Alliss' Course Guide




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When I first went to Augusta, anybody who hit the ball at all well could easily clear the bunker on the right, but not so now - you need a big, big drive to carry it.

And that drive will have to be even longer this year now they have put the tee back another 25 yards and the carry over the big bunker is going to be formidable indeed.

The hole is a bit of a dogleg, left to right, with a slight hollow and a ridge. You can get to the raised green with a middle-to-shortish iron under normal conditions. As a feature in common with all the greens at Augusta, this one is very sloping and very quick.



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