Augusta National Golf Club Hole by Hole - 10th Hole

Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia

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Hole 10 at Augusta National Golf Club is a 495-yard, par 4, with a slight dogleg left. The championship tee box has an approximate fairway width of 43 yards and the green area measures 7155 square feet. There are two greenside bunkers that cover 1% of the total green area.

The hole plays slightly longer in the warmer months due to increased altitude and temperatures which can cause your ball to travel further than expected. In addition, wind can be a factor so you may need to adjust your club selection accordingly. For example, if you’re playing on a particularly windy day, you may want to hit an extra club off the tee for added distance or accuracy depending on where the wind is coming from.

For most golfers hitting from this tee box, it should take two solid shots with their driver and mid-iron (7 iron) to reach the green in regulation. If there isn't much wind then aim for just right of center with your driver as this will give you more room when approaching the green with your second shot while still avoiding any trouble areas such as water or sand traps located on either side of the fairway. Once you get closer to the green choose wisely between laying up short or going for it; if there's little risk associated with going for it then go ahead but make sure not have too aggressive approach as that could lead into one of those pesky bunkers surrounding this large putting surface!

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 495 yards

Green Area:


Approx Fairway Width:


Has Water:



Slight dogleg

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Some fairway bunkers, with the majority (51%) strategically placed around the area.

Club Recommendations

Finally, be sure to read the green carefully before putting as this is a large and undulating surface with many subtle breaks that can cause your ball to end up in an unexpected location. The two greenside bunkers are also something you should keep in mind when deciding how aggressive or conservative you want to be with your approach shot.

"The most important shot in golf is the next one."
- Ben Hogan

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