Amen Corner is a name given to the renowned eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth holes, that can make or break any round, at Augusta National Golf Club in the USA, home to the Masters Tournament. Olivewood has its own version – made up of the tenth, eleventh and twelfth holes. Hole ten is invitingly broad, with light rough on the right and several grassed berms to the left. The extended tongue of the lake runs along the first half of the fairway. The landing area for the better ball-strikers narrows as rough and water converge.
The second portion of the fairway is more forgiving, widening as it gets closer to the green and bunkers. To the left is an open area, heading to the eleventh tee, while the right has a canal leading to a dam that borders the putting surface.