If you’re mentally scarred from the 9th, be prepared for more punishment at the monstrous 10th. Traditionally the most difficult hole in Masters history, the field has never averaged below par here in any given year.
A big drive down the centre or left is needed from the tee on a hole that can play shorter if you are long enough to catch the downward fairway slope.
The green is a contrary customer, sloping right to left and providing the most testing putting surface in the competition.
Incidentally, the worst aggregate score on the 10th over the course of four days was recorded by Charles Evans Jnr. He finished eight over for the hole after shooting 5,6,7,6.
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