Any Masters contender who has safely navigated the brutal three-hole stretch of Nos. 10, 11 and 12 at Augusta National must be licking his chops, because the easiest stretch of the famed Alister MacKenzie golf course begins on No. 13 tee.
The three-hole stretch of Nos. 13, 14 and 15 is the easiest at the course, presenting two birdie or even eagle opportunities on par 5s that consistently play under par. When those par 5s at Nos. 13 and 15 are combined with the mid-difficulty par-4 14th, the historical scoring average of this three-hole stretch is 0.25 strokes under par each round.
That is all in comparison to the three-hole stretch of Nos. 10-12, which plays a combined 0.88 over par on average historically.
Check out this three-hole stretch, with details provided by Masters.com.