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The holes that comprise amen corner 11,12 and 13 holes. Augusta National Golf stretches 3 holes and in total is 7,435 yd in length and was open in 1933.

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What are holes 11 12 and 13 known as at Augusta National?

Amen Corner.

What is the collective name for the 11th 12th and 13th holes at Augusta National?

It is known as Amen corner.

What is Amen Corner?

It is a stretch of 3 holes at Augusta National Golf Club, 11, 12 and 13.

When was The Amen Corner created?

The Amen Corner was created in 1954.

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When was Amen Corner - musical - created?

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You can find Amen Corner around the St. Paul's Cathedral in England, London. You can also find Amen Corner in a suburb in Bracknell, Berkshire, England.

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In an article for Sports Illustrated in 1958 Herbert Warren Wind used the term 'Amen corner'. Some have said it is so called as you need to pray you get to the 14th tee without dropping a shot over the last 3 holes.

Which famous US golf course is the home of Amen Corner?

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