Augusta is obviously a very special place to every golfer as we all dream of winning the Masters. In my opinion you're either going to love the course or it's going to be very painful! This course is a 2nd shot golf course, meaning that if you don't get yourself in a good set up off the tee, it's going to be hard to reach the green properly with your 2nd shot.
My favorite shot to play on this course a nice draw, especially for Amen Corner where it can help you stay on the fairway! You also find yourself quite often below the green. This makes for tricky blind shot where you need to go high to pitch it on top.
The greens are slick and very good, but they have very subtle breaks which makes them hard to read.
Overall, you need to know the course very well and be able to adapt your game depending on the situation.
Everybody knows that Augusta National Golf Club is home to the Masters. It’s a spectacular course which is located in a dream-like setting – with its trees and streams it is a real treat to play. I was lucky enough to realise my dream when I played in the 2010 Masters and in making the cut I got to play four rounds on the course, which was even better. Hopefully there will be more to come.
The course is incredible, especially the greens. The fairways are much less drastic than I would have expected from watching on TV, making the tee shots not too difficult. You have to be very careful with your approach shots and not be overly aggressive.