What are the names of the 18 holes at Augusta National Golf Club?

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Clue

The course was formerly a plant nursery

Answer

Tea Olive, Pink Dogwood, Flowering Peach, Flowering Crabapple, Magnolia, Juniper, Pampas, Yellow Jasmine, Carolina Cherry, Camelia, White Dogwood, Golden Bell, Azalea, Chinese Fir, Firethron, Redbud, Nandina and Holly.

More about Augusta National Golf Club

Augusta National was founded in 1932 on the 365-acre site of a former nursery called Fruitland.

The naming of the holes is a tribute to the heritage of the property.

Each hole also showcases the plant after which it is named.

  • 1st: Tea Olive – Par 4, 445 yards
  • 2nd: Pink Dogwood – Par 5, 575 yards
  • 3rd: Flowering Peach – Par 4, 350 yards
  • 4th: Flowering Crabapple – Par 3, 240 yards
  • 5th: Magnolia – Par 4, 495 yards
  • 6th: Juniper – Par 3, 180 yards
  • 7th: Pampas – Par 4, 450 yards
  • 8th: Yellow Jasmine – Par 5, 570 yards
  • 9th: Carolina Cherry – Par 4, 495 yards
  • 10th: Camelia – Par 4, 495 yards
  • 11th: White Dogwood – Par 4, 505 yards
  • 12th: Golden Bell – Par 3, 155 yards
  • 13th: Azalea – Par 5, 510 yards
  • 14th: Chinese Fir – Par 4, 440 yards
  • 15th: Firethron – Par 5, 530 yards
  • 16th: Redbud – Par 3, 170 yards
  • 17th: Nandina – Par 4, 440 yards
  • 18th: Holly – Par 4, 465 yards