Watch the world’s best golfers take on Amen Corner at Augusta National with our free live stream; other additional streams on the red button, including featured groups; watch The Masters live all week on Sky Sports Golf as Tiger Woods returns and Hideki Matsuyma looks to defend his title
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Watch a live stream of Amen Corner here from Thursday afternoon
Amen Corner, one of golf’s most recognizable stretches, can make or break a game at the Masters.
Pass the 11, 12 and 13 holes of Augusta National unscathed and you could be well placed, but come a crop and you can quickly slip down the leaderboard.
Jordan Spieth found that out the hard way in 2016 when he suffered a quadruple bogey on the par-three 12th hole, with his two-stroke lead and hopes of a second successive title subsequently evaporating.
You can watch Amen Corner for free on the Sky Sports website and app and on the Sky Sports Golf YouTube channel from 3.45pm on Thursday afternoon. Coverage is also available on Sky Sports Golf (Sky channel 405) via the red button.
There are also a number of additional streams available on the red button, including from the range and holes four, five and six, while you can also follow featured bands.
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Hole 11, a par four called White Dogwood, was extended 15 yards this year. The green is guarded by a pond to the left and a strategically positioned bunker to the center right.
Then players move on to the 12th hole, Golden Bell, the shortest par three on this famous course. Perils often include swirling winds and always include Rae’s Creek and three bunkers.
Jamie Redknapp and Dame Laura Davies took the famous 12th hole at Augusta National ahead of the Masters
Amen Corner ends on the 13th, a 510-yard par five with a wide dogleg. It is called Azalea with around 1,600 azaleas decorating the hole from tee to green.
Players have a chance of finding an elevated green in two if they hit an accurate tee shot down the fairway, but four bunkers behind the putting surface can get in the way of golfers missing their target from that point.
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