Masters 2022: Augusta National course map, layout

An overhead view of the home of the Masters.

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Few courses are more iconic and exclusive than Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., home of the Masters.

The club opened in 1933 and hosted its first Masters in 1934. In the years since it’s seen several changes, including the lengthening of holes, adding (and removing) trees, rebuilding greens and more. (Oh, and there’s also that time the course hosted cows during World War II.)

Yes, change is constant at Augusta National, even if it’s subtle change you hardly notice. In preparation for the 2022 tournament, the golf course also made minor tweaks to some golf holes, lengthening the 11th and 15th and removing trees right of the 11th fairway.

Here’s a look at the current Masters course map and layout, courtesy of the 2022 Masters media guide.

A course map of Augusta National. The bottom left is the practice area, and the top left is the par-3 course.

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