20 things you never knew about The Masters

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The easiest hole in the history of the Masters is the par-5 15th. It has averaged 4.78, with a low of 4.505 in 1991. The most difficult, by contrast, is the par-4 tenth. It has averaged 4.3, with a high of 4.961 in 1956.

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