This is the only hole on the course without a bunker. Even
if the drive avoids trees on both sides of the fairway, the
green has severe contours that feed the ball to the right.
Appleby's take: "The tee shot at 14 was trickier
back in the 90's because you had to hook the ball into a
left-to-right fairway. Now it's almost a straight tee shot.
If you get it in the fairway, most likely the center right,
you're left with multiple pin options. There's hardly any you
can get it within 10 feet deliberately. Most of the time, you
find yourself with that left-to-right fairway slope and need
to aim well left of the flag because the ball tends to drift
for right-handers left to right. One of the most dynamic
greens on the course. Being short is an absolute no-no --
basically it's a bogey 80 percent of the time. Long is the best
miss, chipping from long isn't too difficult. But there's a lot
going on there. It's very important to be precise with your
alignment on that second shot because of the slope of the
fairway and the severity of the green."
Famous Moment: No other par 4 at the Masters
has yielded more eagles. Dustin Johnson's in 2009 was the most
Hall of Shame: Fred Couples had a 4-foot
birdie putt to pull within one shot of Phil Mickelson in the
final round of 2006. He three-putted for a bogey and tied for