2013 Masters: Ranking Every Hole at Augusta on Difficulty Level

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2013 Masters: Ranking Every Hole at Augusta on Difficulty Level
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The beautiful clubhouse is the gateway at Augusta National Golf Club.

Augusta National Golf Club has been hosting the first major championship of the season since 1934 and players have been trying to figure out the course ever since.

Today’s course is big—7,435 yards long.

It has gone through a number of changes over the years to keep up with the players and their equipment. While it’s annually not as difficult as the U.S. Open or Open Championship, players don’t come to Augusta and tear it up either.

Here’s a list of how I rank each hole at that spectacular place.

The ranking is from one to 10, with one being easiest and 10 hardest.

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