Almost all of Woods' memorable final-round shots on 11 come from the pines
Back when Woods was making a mockery of Augusta National -- blasting tee shots into divotless portions of the fairway, hitting flip wedges into every other green, winning three of his first six Masters -- the 11th hole looked different. The forest on the far right was but a small cluster of trees. Tiger took advantage, bombing high draws and apparently infuriating the powers that be. In 2004, Augusta planted 36 fully grown pines directly in the flight path of Woods' drives.
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