Holly Par 4 465 yards
Probably the finishing hole in many people's dream 18 – although it poses probably the most difficult tee-shot at the Masters.
A tight target and two fairway bunkers at the elbow give the pros plenty to think about.
For the approach, a mid-iron is needed into a green guarded by two bunkers. If you find the fairway bunkers, think Sandy Lyle and say your prayers.
Not everyone finds this hole difficult though - John Huston recorded 2,3,4,3 here during the 1997 Masters.
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