History of the Augusta National Golf Club & The Masters
August 26th, 2013 by John Nichols
The Augusta National Golf Club is one of the oldest, most historic, and most widely revered golf courses in the world.
Frequently ranked among the top courses by golf experts the world over, the golf course was originally built by golf pros Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts in 1931. The course was completed in 1933, and Jones and Robert opened the course the first annual Augusta National Invitation Tournament the following year. The Tournament was renamed as the Masters just a few short years later in 1939.
Membership to the Augusta National is incredibly exclusive, with approximately 300 members who are included by invitation only. Every year, thousands flock to the beautiful grounds of the Augusta National Golf Club to witness one of the most privileged and intense golf tournaments played each year, the Masters.
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