Discover Golf : Vol 13
Image Credit: Andrew Redington / Gett y Images FEATURE | THE MASTERS 14 Par 4 461 metres Hole 11 WHITE DOGWOOD Hole eleven may be the start of Amen Corner, but with a historical average of 4.35—making it the hardest hole at Augusta—this tough par-4 has ended the dreams of many who were in contention to win on the final day. The hole plays downhill to the green. On approach to the green the fairway has a distinct camber from right to left, which promotes the ball rolling toward the dreaded pond guarding the front and left side of the green. Most players will require a middle to long-iron to reach the green. This hole may best be remembered for Larry Mize’s miraculous chip-in to defeat Greg Norman in a playoff in the 1987 Masters.