Hole 11 at The Masters, White Dogwood
Hole No. 11
White Dogwood - Par 4
Historical Average: 4.29 (2) Low Year: 4.061 (1995) High Year: 4.644 (1956)
At this hole begins Amen Corner, and wind is often a factor. The tee shot plays downhill and left to right. A pond guards the green to the left and a bunker is strategically placed right center. This hole may best be remembered for Larry Mize’s miraculous chip-in to defeat Greg Norman in a playoff in the 1987 Masters. Prior to 1950, Rae’s Creek ran in front of this green. It was replaced by a larger hazard in front of the current pond.
2: newsday.com - AP