The water on Augusta’s back nine had claimed many victims through the years, from Seve to Spieth to Sergio...
There are a lot more trophies awarded at The Masters than you might think...
The Masters Champions come in all shapes, so how do they get the right Green Jacket size?
The Masters Green Jacket is presented to the winner, but when did this begin and why?
We take a look at the playoff format at the Masters in the event of a tie after 72 holes
Traditionally the caddies at Augusta wear the same uniform. But why?
Let's take a whistle stop tour through the alphabet on arguably the most exciting tournaments in golf.
Some of the best quotes about Augusta National and The Masters.
From Frank Stranahan back in 1947 to Ryan Moore in 2005
It was designed by a local architect in combination with the Secret Service as a place where a US President could stay safely
The Nelson Bridge commemorates one of the most dramatic fightbacks in Masters history
It was the first bridge at Augusta to be dedicated to a player - how come?
It is one of the most photographed sights of Augusta - but how did it get its name?
Yorkshire-born MacKenzie designed many great courses, including Augusta National
The Northern Irishman's final round collapse paved the way for a thrilling finish
Three holes at Augusta get more column inches than any other thanks to a name with which they were first christened in the late 1950s: Amen Corner
Thankfully Masters controversies have been relatively few and far between, but here are 7 incidents that made the news to varying degrees
The Masters rarely serves up anything less than drama and magic as our greatest moments round-up proves
A run through of some of the most memorable shots in Masters history.
2005 runner-up, Chris DiMarco, looks back on 'that chip', when Tiger produced one of The Masters' most memorable moments