Augusta National Golf Club Hole by Hole - 2nd Hole

Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia

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Hole 2 at Augusta National Golf Club is a 575-yard par 5 with a slight dogleg left. The championship tee box offers an approximate fairway width of 49 yards, and the green area measures 8659 square feet. There are three bunkers on this hole, with only 1% of them located greenside.

Given its length, Hole 2 is best approached by hitting driver off the tee for maximum distance and accuracy to set up your second shot from the fairway if possible. This will be especially important in windy conditions as you'll need to avoid any obstacles that could prevent you from reaching the green in two shots or less. Depending on how well you hit your drive, you may have an opportunity to go for the green in two shots by using either a 3 wood or long iron depending on wind direction and strength as well as temperature which can affect ball flight trajectory significantly due to altitude changes throughout all four seasons here at Augusta National Golf Club. If not going for it in two, lay up short of any trouble spots with your second shot (preferably around 140 yards away) leaving yourself an approach wedge into a slightly elevated green with one bunker lurking near it's front right side so adjust accordingly when selecting club selection and making sure to take into account weather conditions during each season that could impact ball flight trajectory such as higher temperatures causing air density variations leading to increased carry distances while also taking into account lower temperatures causing decreased spin rates resulting in shorter carries than expected overall making proper club selection essential here at Augusta National Golf Club’s Hole 2!

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 5

Distance: 575 yards

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Slight dogleg

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

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Good luck and enjoy your round!

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

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