The Hole Yardages and Pars at Augusta National Golf Club

Rory McIlroy on the second hole at Augusta National
Rory McIlroy plays a shot on the second hole during the 2013 Masters. Hole No. 2 is the longest at Augusta National - 575 yards. David Cannon/Getty Images

What are the yardages and pars of each hole at Augusta National Golf Club during The Masters? Check the chart below for the rundown. First, the total yards for the 18 and both nines:

  • Augusta National yardage: 7,435 yards (par 72)
  • Front nine yardage: 3,725 yards (par 36)
  • Back nine yardage: 3,710 yards (par 36)

The longest hole at Augusta National is the second, at 575 yards. The shortest hole is the 12th, at 155 yards.

The toughest hole on the course is No. 10, a par-4 that historically has played to a 4.31-stroke average. The easiest is No. 15, a par-5 that historically has played to a 4.77 average.

Hole-by-Hole Yardages and Pars at Augusta National

Here are the hole-by-hole yardages:

HoleParYardsAvg. Score*
No. 1Par 4445 yards4.23
No. 2Par 5575 yards4.79
No. 3Par 4350 yards4.08
No. 4Par 3240 yards3.28
No. 5Par 4455 yards4.26
No. 6Par 3180 yards3.13
No. 7Par 4450 yards4.15
No. 8Par 5570 yards4.83
No. 9Par 4460 yards4.14
No. 10Par 4495 yards4.31
No. 11Par 4505 yards4.29
No. 12Par 3155 yards3.28
No. 13Par 5510 yards4.78
No. 14Par 4440 yards4.17
No. 15Par 5530 yards4.77
No. 16Par 3170 yards3.15
No. 17Par 4440 yards4.15
No. 18Par 4465 yards4.22

(*This is the average score on the hole through the entire history of The Masters Tournament.)

What about the USGA Course Rating and USGA Slope Rating?

Sorry, no dice: Augusta National has never asked to be rated. However, there have been a couple "undercover operations" to produce estimated course and slope ratings:

Augusta National's Total Yards Through the Years

There have been many changes to the golf course over the years, including changes to its length.

And did you know its nines were originally the other way around? Today's back nine was the original front nine, and vice-versa. The nines were flipped to their current configuration in 1935.

But about the lengthening of the Augusta National ... Here is the yardage at Augusta through the years:

  • 6,700 yards: 1934 through 1937
  • 6,800 yards: 1938 through 1947
  • 6,900 yards: 1948 through 1951
  • 6,950 yards: 1952 through 1955
  • 6,965 yards: 1956
  • 6,980 yards: 1957 through 1973
  • 7,020 yards: 1974 and 1975
  • 7,030 yards: 1976 and 1977
  • 7,040 yards: 1978 through 1980
  • 6,905 yards: 1981 through 1993
  • 6,925 yards: 1994 through 1998
  • 6,985 yards: 1999 through 2001
  • 7,270 yards: 2002
  • 7,290 yards: 2003 through 2005
  • 7,445 yards: 2006 through 2008
  • 7,435 yards: 2009 to present