Golf

Masters: A multimedia hole by hole guide

jheeter@macon.com

View The Telegraph's entire series "The Masters: Hole by Hole." Sports editor Daniel Shirley and digital producer Jonathan Heeter talk about the challenges golfers face on each hole and what makes Augusta National Golf Club unlike any other place. The two have combined to cover more than 20 Masters tournaments.



No. 1: Tea Olive







No. 2: Pink Dogwood




No. 3: Flowering Peach



No. 4: Flowering Crab Apple



No. 5: Magnolia



No. 6: Juniper



No. 7: Pampas



No. 8: Yellow Jasmine



No. 9: Carolina Cherry



No. 10: Camellia



No. 11: White Dogwood



No. 12: Golden Bell



No. 13: Azalea



No. 14: Chinese Fir



No. 15: Firethorn



No. 16: Redbud



No. 17: Nandina



No. 18: Holly
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