Masters holes: What are the names of Augusta National’s holes?

March 22, 2018
Augusta National, the home of the Masters, has famously christened each hole on its hallowed grounds with a plant-based name.

Augusta National, the home of the Masters, has famously christened each hole on its hallowed grounds with a plant-based name. Here are all 18 of them.

The names of Augusta National’s holes

#1: Tea Olive, Par 4, 445 yards

#2: Pink Dogwood, Par 5, 575 yards

#3: Flowering Peach, Par 4, 350 yards

#4: Flowering Crab Apple, Par 3, 240 yards

#5: Magnolia, Par 4, 455 yards

#6: Juniper, Par 3, 180 yards

#7: Pampas, Par 4, 450 yards

#8: Yellow Jasmine, Par 5, 570 yards

#9: Carolina Cherry, Par 4, 460 yards

#10: Camellia, Par 4, 495 yards

#11: White Dogwood, Par 4, 505 yards

#12: Golden Bell, Par 3, 155 yards

#13: Azalea, Par 5, 510 yards

#14: Chinese Fir, Par 4, 440 yards

#15: Firethorn, Par 5, 530 yards

#16: Redbud, Par 3, 170 yards

#17: Nandina, Par 4, 440 yards

#18: Holly, Par 4, 465 yards