Amen Corner, Augusta National Golf Club
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30″ x 22″ Oil on Canvas
The Amen Corner at Augusta National Golf Club is a hallowed stretch of golfing terrain that has become synonymous with the Masters Tournament and is one of the most iconic landmarks in the world of golf. This corner comprises the 11th, 12th, and 13th holes of the golf course, each presenting unique challenges and breathtaking natural beauty. The 11th hole, known as “White Dogwood,” is a dogleg left par-4 that demands precision and strategic shot-making. The 12th hole, aptly named “Golden Bell,” is a short but treacherous par-3 with Rae’s Creek guarding the front of the green, making it one of the tournament’s most nerve-wracking holes. Finally, the 13th hole, “Azalea,” is a par-5 that offers both risk and reward with its Amen Corner creek running along the fairway. The Amen Corner has witnessed some of the most historic and dramatic moments in Masters history, adding to its mystique and allure. Golf enthusiasts and players alike revere this corner for its challenges and the indelible mark it has left on the sport’s legacy, making it an integral part of Augusta National’s rich history and tradition.