What are the Augusta National Hole Names and Yardages?
One of the charms of Augusta National is that the holes have names. It’s a feat that I’ve seen other courses attempt, but not successfully. Most of it, I think, is that we are treated to annual, syrupy tours of the course on television, where the announcers are careful to call each by their proper name. Who wouldn’t want to play holes with names like “Flowering Dogwood” and “Firethorn” (my favorite name). Below is a list of the hole numbers, names and yardages for the Masters.
Click on the link for a look at the trees and flowers of Augusta National.
|4||Flowering Crab Apple||3||240|