Camellia #10, par 4, 495 yards, is located at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Annual host of The Masters during the first week of April. It is the first hole of the most famous back nine in the country! It is considered the most difficult hole on the course with the large iconic bunker in the middle of the fairway. I chose this golf hole to compliment the first three paintings I completed of Augusta National, which were of “Amen Corner”. White Dogwood #11, Golden Bell #12 and Azalea #13. This original was painted in oils on a 24”x 36” canvas using ¾” stretcher bars and is not framed. It is in a gallery in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Please contact me if interested in the original oil painting.