April 11, 2014
- Augusta National's 18th hole played to a 4.1 stroke average Friday. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Augusta National played easier in Friday's second round, but still tested the field. Friday's scoring average was 74.1, compared to 74.5 in the first round.
-- The 505-yard, par-4 11th hole has been the most difficult hole this week. The field has averaged 4.53 strokes on the hole, which has yielded just five birdies this week.
-- No. 11 is the longest par-4 on the course. It is followed by the course's shortest hole, the 155-yard, par-3 12th. No. 12 has been the week's second-hardest hole. The field has made 11 double-bogeys and four "others" (triple-bogey or worse). The four "others" are the most of any hole.
-- The eighth hole -- a 570-yard, par-5 -- has been the week's easiest, playing to a 4.74 average. There have been just 12 bogeys on the hole this week.
Here's a look at how the course played in the second round: