Juniper Par 3 180 yards
A classic on the Augusta track, having not changed in 31 years. A solid 5 or 6-iron gives a good opportunity to pick up a birdie depending on the weather conditions. An elevated tee and large target are characteristics of this par 3, however, despite what appears to be a large target area, it can be difficult to get close to the hole – pin positions will be crucial. Averaging 3.12 during the 2006 Masters, Chris DiMarco aced it in 2004.
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