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Amen Corner Pictures and History

Tom+Watson in The Masters - Round One
In this picture of Tom Watson preparing to tee off on the 13th hole Thursday, you can see the Hogan Bridge that crosses Rae's Creek. The Hogan Bridge is a well-known landmark of the Amen Corner. (Getty Images)more pics »If you're hoping to conquer the course at Augusta, you're going to have to deal with the Amen Corner. So named by Herbert Warren Wind, after the Mezz Mezzrow jazz record, "Shouting in that Amen Corner."

The Amen Corner. The Amen Corner is the second shot on the 11th hole, the entire course of the 12th hole, and the tee shot off the 13th hole. The 12th is one of the most famous holes on the course, and with the back half of the 11th and the front of half of the 13th being equally as challengin.

If you're following The Masters along on television, you'll notice a that the cameras are spending a lot of time in the Amen Corner. Best of luck out there today fellows!

In Photos: Masters Golf Tournament 2010 (400+ Images)
  • The Masters - Round One
  • The Masters - Round One
  • The Masters - Round One
  • The Masters - Round One
  • The Masters - Round One
  • The Masters - Round One
  • The Masters - Round One
  • The Masters - Round One

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