The mystique around Augusta National is what makes the Masters one of the most sought after titles on tour.
Since it was first played at Augusta in 1934, the Masters has been held at the same course ever since.
It often signifies the start to the golfing season, and those able to conquer the course are immortalised in the golfing world with the green jacket.
Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods are the only four time champions at Augusta, while some of the best players in history, like Sam Snead, Gary Player, and Phil Mickelson, sit with three titles to their name.
Big moments make Augusta special. Nicklaus had his moment in 1986, raising his putter like a sword to the heavens. Tiger took centre stage in ’97, beating the field by 12 strokes.
Will 2015 bring a new memory to the historic course? 98 players are now looking to leave their print on Augusta, and Masters lore itself.

Rory McIlroy 2011 US Masters Golf

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Eisenhower Cabin At Augusta National

The Eisenhower Cabin at Augusta National may look like the other cabins but it is not. It was designed by a local architect in combination with the Secret Service as…

masters controversies

Thankfully Masters controversies have been relatively few and far between, but here are 7 incidents that made the news to varying degrees