Augusta National: all-time course stats

We look at the easiest and hardest holes at Augusta National ahead of the start of the 2014 Masters

16th hole Augusta National
The par-3 16th at Augusta National has seen the most hole-in-ones in Masters history
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We look at the easiest and hardest holes at Augusta National ahead of the start of the 2014 Masters

All-time course statistics: easiest and hardest holes at Augusta

Table credit: masters.com

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HoleYardsParAverageRankHigh scoreLow score
144544.23T682
257554.8016102
335044.091482
424033.29T381
545544.27582
618033.141371
745044.15T1182
857054.8415122
946044.15T1182
1049544.32192
1150544.29292
1215533.29T3131
1351054.7917132
1444044.18882
1553054.7818112
1617033.169111
1744044.161072
1846544.23T682
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