Hole 12 at The Masters, Golden Bell
Hole No. 12
Golden Bell - Par 3
Historical Average: 3.28 (4) Low Year: 3.030 (2002) High Year: 3.556 (1966)
One of the world’s most famous golf holes, this is Augusta National’s shortest par three. Club selection is often difficult, as varying winds can require anything from a six-iron to a nine-iron for Masters competitors. The daunting presence of Rae’s Creek and three strategically placed bunkers make it imperative that players land their shots on the putting surface. Golfers walk across the Ben Hogan Bridge to reach the green.
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2: newsday.com - AP