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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

A Bird's-Eye View of Augusta National

Most of us have seen the Masters so often that we're pretty familiar with the layout of each hole. However, it's easy to miss some of the simpler strategic aspects if you only have the various TV angles to go by.

Golf Digest has been kind enough to do a slideshow featuring an overhead view of each and every hole at Augusta National, complete with a brief description of what makes each hole a challenge. For example, here's the photo of Hole #1:

#1 at Augusta National

Unfortunately they didn't include the names of each hole. (The first hole is called Tea Olive, btw.) If you want those, you'll need to check out either the Augusta National listing at Wikipedia or the Augusta Names page at golf.about.com.

Hopefully this will help you enjoy the Masters even more this year. If that's even possible.

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