What are the hole names at Augusta National Golf Club?

What are the hole names at Augusta National Golf Club?

Each of the holes at Augusta National Golf Club is named after a plant.

On its surface, it might seem like the club is playing up its aura, but it's actually paying tribute to what the club property was before Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts founded the club in 1933.

Before Augusta National became the golf club it is now, it was a nursery called Fruitland Nurseries. So, each of the holes is named after a plant that was grown at the nursery.

Augusta National Golf Club hole names

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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