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Golf Australia Express : Issue 11
LIST THE FLY OVER THE 11TH HOLE AT AUGUSTA NATIONAL (LEFT) THERE ARE few par-4s as demanding as Augusta National’s 11th. Named White Dogwood, after the deciduous tree found on both sides of its fairway, this 505- yard hole has been the third most difficult in Masters history. Kicking off Augusta’s famous Amen Corner, it averages 4.29, and most are happy to walk off the green with a 4. Despite its difficulty, there have been a couple of timely birdies here. In 1987, American Larry Mize chipped in for a three to beat Australian Greg Norman. And in 1989, England’s Nick Faldo holed a 30-foot birdie putt to defeat American Scott Hoch. AUGUSTA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB Famous 11th Hole