Jon Rahm may be the favourite for the 2022 Masters but if he is to win he will have to do so playing a record length.
It has been announced that Augusta National will play the longest in its history after two holes were extended.
A quick glance at the Masters media guide - released yesterday - shows the course now measures at 7,510 yards (up 35 yards).
There have been significant changes made. The iconic 15th par-5 hole - Firethorn - has been lengthened by 20 yards and is now 550 yards.
That is historically the course's easiest hole (with a pond guarding the green) and has been home to many memorable moments.
Elsewhere, the par-4 11th - White Dogwood - which is the hardest hole (averaging 4.4 strokes last year) has had the tees moved left.
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Several pines right of the fairway have also been removed. It has been extended by 15-yards.
It means the 11th will play to a maximum of 520 yards and no longer than the 510-yard par-5 13th. That could be lengthened in the future.
At the final hole - Holly - the tees have been moved back 13 yards. It is an iconic closing hole, with the fairway leading uphill to the green.
The 86th Masters will be held from April 7-10. Hideki Matsuyama is the defending champion. Jon Rahm is this year's favourite.