Augusta National is making another change ahead of this year’s Masters.

The tee box of the par-5 second hole — named Pink Dogwood — is being moved back 10 yards and to the left. The change will make the scorecard yardage of the hole 585 yards, the longest on the course.

Many golf writers noted the change on social media after Augusta National shared their annual media guide with members of the press.

The second hole has been one of the least changed holes of the past two decades. A new back tee was added to the hole in 1999, and the right fairway bunker was moved well to the right by Tom Fazio during the same renovation.

Making tweaks to the layout is par for the course (sorry for the terrible pun) at the famed club. Seemingly every year, Augusta National makes some change to the Alister MacKenzie and Bobby Jones design to better test the pros of the modern game.

Just last year, the club unveiled a new tee box on the par-5 13th that lengthened the hole by 35 yards and elevated the tee box by some 24 feet. The club also reconfigured the par-3 course for an enhanced viewing experience for patrons.

“A primary goal of the renovation was to make for wider corridors for patrons to move around and to open the viewing options where multiple greens can be seen from one location,” the club said.

In 2022, three iconic holes received facelifts ahead of competition as the 11th, 15th and 18th holes were altered.

Augusta National might be one of the most tradition-rich clubs in the world, but that doesn’t mean they’re afraid to make changes to the course. The changes to No. 2 are just the latest example of that.