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Masters Hole-by-Hole

No. 7 - Pampas

Yards: 450
Par: 4

This hole literally has come a long way, from 320 yards to 450 yards. The tee was extended by 40 yards in 2003, then two years ago the tee box was lengthened to allow the hole to play shorter if necessary. The tee shot is through a chute of Georgia pines, played to the left-center of the fairway into a slight slope. The green is surrounded by five bunkers, the most around any green.

Highlight: Byron Nelson drove the green in the 1937 Masters for a two-putt birdie when it played at 320 yards. That inspired Augusta National to alter the hole, moving the green back 20 yards and to the right on an upslope and surrounding the green with bunkers.

Lowlight: Defending champion Charles Coody, coming off an ace on the sixth hole, struggled to get out of the front bunker and took a triple-bogey 7 in the first round of 1972.

Source: Associated Press


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2015 Cumulative Stats
CourseAugusta National Golf Club
NamePampas
Rank3
Stroke Avg4.24
Yards450
Par4
Aces0
Double Eagles0
Eagles0
Birdies34
Pars170
Bogeys93
Double Bogeys7
Others0
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