“Augusta 10th Hole – Camellia”



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by Linda Hartough

Limited Edition of 950

Image Size 15 3/8″ x 27″

495 Yards, Par 4

Augusta National Golf Club

Augusta Georgia

The 10th Hole of the Augusta National Golf Club is one of the most dramatic holes in golf. The walk from tee to green is a gradual drop in elevation of 90 feet. As you approach the “Cathedral of Pines” surrounding the green, you pass through an array of dogwood, redbud trees and azalea bushes, as well as many variety of camellias for which the hole is named. Always ranked among the hardest during the Masters Tournament, the holes beauty overshadows its difficulty

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