Tiger Woods has made Augusta National feel like home over the years, but the host course for the Masters Tournament presents a series of unique challenges around every corner.

Augusta National Golf Club is one of the most storied courses in all of golf, with some of the most distinctive holes that make or break dreams at The Masters, and there’s just one change to the course this year.

For the third year in a row, Augusta National has lengthened a Par 5, as golfers get more and more distance in their games. More on that below.

The legendary course in Augusta, Ga. is surrounded by beautiful trees, flowers and bushes – and you’ll know exactly what many of them are, because the holes are named after them. Each hole features at least some of the foliage it is named after.

While the course doesn’t look much like it originally did, there are traces of its history throughout. Golfers face a significant challenge at nearly every hole, and there are very few places to find easy relief.

Hole No. 2 – Pink Dogwood – added just 10 yards this year, but those yards could be significant, as they bring a hazard into play that had become mostly irrelevant.

Here, we take a look at all 18 holes, looking at what golfers expect to face, and just how difficult each one plays all time.

It’s a course unlike any other, for a tradition unlike any other: Here’s all 18 holes of Augusta National Golf Club for The Masters.

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