With immense undulation and incredible speed, the greens at Augusta National are nothing short of treacherous.
Many professional golfers play a fade (a shot that curves from left to right for the right-handed player) as their go-to shot because it's a ball flight that is easy to control.
It's not uncommon when watching professional golf to hear a touring pro plead for an errant appoach shot to find a greenside bunker.
If you're not hitting the ball at your target consistently, the biggest mistake you can make is to assume that your swing is the problem.
Hal Sutton is considered one of the game's great ball-strikers, a talent that helped him win 14 times on the PGA Tour, including two Players Championships and a PGA.