10th, 475 yards - Par 5
This is a great driving hole to a fairway which dog legs quite severely from right to left. Some say in 1934, Mackenzie modelled the drive at Azalea (13th at Augusta) on the tee shot. From a good drive, the green is within reach in two for long hitters, but they must hit an accurate tee shot because there is trouble lurking on both sides of the fairway. There is a dip in front of the putting surface, which can add to the difficulty of trying to chase the ball on to the green in two. This also makes judging the length of the uphill approach shot difficult for those who play short in two.
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