AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — The par-3 sixth at Augusta National can make players feel as if they’re facing two tests. The back pin is so difficult that par is always a good score. The front left pin allows for birdies because the slopes on the green can feed the ball toward the hole. It was pivotal in Dustin Johnson’s Masters victory last year when he hit 8-iron to 6 feet to the top right shelf and made birdie. The hole used to have a pond in front of the green. The club in 1959 filled it in, and the hole hasn’t really changed since then.