This is a little old but just saw it...apparently Augusta National has no official course/slope ratings...but a group of experts did attempt to rate it a few years back during the practice rounds.
you can read that here: http://www.golfdigest.com/story/how-tough-augusta-knuth
But below is their chart of what you could expect to shoot there:
I would shoot 200. Id get my monies worth as it may be the only time I play it. CAC
cac handed Geordie.
That sounds like a good plan, get your money's worth. I think I'd play most holes so Bogey was a good score, except the par 3's which I'd try to hit the greens and two putt for par as often as I could. One of the biggest problems might be getting used to the speed of the greens, as I have NO idea how fast they would be compared to what I'm used to here in Colorado. It would be NICE to have a local caddy to help read the greens since I"ve never played the course, unlike the Tour pros that play it every year and have a log book so they know the greens pretty well.
Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.
If I broke 125 it would be a triumph! Even that might be overly ambitious!
The length is daunting. I've never played on tour greens so the greenspeed would be something out-of-this-world. I doubt I could even enjoy it! It would most likely be the living version of Mark Twain's; a good walk spoiled.
Based on the chart, I should shoot about 89...I'd be really happy to break 100..Did shoot 88 at Pinehurst #2 once and was very happy. Especially given I didn't drive the ball well at all. But at Augusta, it'd be a 6 hr round because I'd have to check out all the sights while I was playing...lots of selfies!!!
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