Augusta National Golf Club: Sets Up for an Exciting End to the Masters
The 2011 Masters is shaping up to be one of the best in recent memory.
We have a down, but not out, Tiger Woods chasing a couple of young guns in Rory McIlroy and Charl Schwartzel.
And as the saying goes the Masters does not start until the back nine on Sunday.
Well, the tournament has now started.
The back nine at Augusta National Golf Club provides numerous opportunities to makes birdies. It also has numerous opportunities to turn those birdie holes into a big number.
There are two par-5s on the back. Both of these holes reward good drives, providing easy access to eagles and birdies. To get those low numbers, however, players need to be spot on with their drives and approaches as Augusta only rewards great shots. Good shots just are not good enough here.
So sit back and watch players start to choke as they hit Amen Corner, its one of the best parts of the golf season.
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