Augusta National Golf Club, located in Augusta, Georgia, is one of the most famous golf clubs in the world. Since 1934, it has played host to the annual Masters Tournament, one of the four major championships in professional golf, and the only major played each year at the same course. Augusta National consistently ranks towards the top of America's 100 greatest courses.
The green jacket, one of the most coveted prizes in all of golf, is awarded to the winner of each Masters tournament. It is tradition for the winner of the previous year's Masters to bestow the new winner with the green jacket.
An azalea is a pink flower that can be found all over Augusta National and contributes to the course's unique and picturesque aesthetic.
Magnolia Lane is the drive each player takes to get into Augusta National. Every golfer dreams of getting the chance to drive down Magnolia Lane on the way to playing one of the most coveted golf courses in the world.
Augusta National's Amen Corner is one of the most hallowed places in all of golf. Comprising the 11th, 12th and 13th holes, Amen Corner has been a legendary spectacle at the Masters for decades. Pros fear this stretch of the course and fans adore it. Amen Corner never fails to deliver drama.
Rae's Creek is a body of water that flows along the front of the Par 3 12th green. A player's ball is often times the victim to Rae's Creek if it comes up short of the green.
The Eisenhower tree is a tall pine tree situated on the Par 4 17th hole. President Eisenhower wanted the tree cut down because his ball often encountered the tree when he played Augusta.
Butler Cabin is a building on the Augusta National premises where the winner of the Masters is officially presented the Green Jacket by the previous year's winner.