What Fans Love about Masters Week
A Masters golf ball displays the length of the new rough increased to 1 3/8 of an Inch before the 1999 US Masters at the Augusta National GC in Augusta, Georgia, USA. Photo courtesy of: Stephen Munday /Allsport
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The course. It’s absolutely beautiful. You know spring has arrive when you see all the flowers and greens. Everything starts here.
Knowing that, at the end of it, the #GreenJacket will be presented in the Butler Cabin and whoever gets the honor of receiving it will go down in Golf history as a #Master forever!
The atmosphere within the grounds where you’re wholly reliant on the scoreboards and roars to understand what’s happening. The discussion within the crowd guessing and postulating what’s happening then the confirmation from the scoreboard is an excitement you can’t get from the intense TV coverage.
I tried… I don’t have a favorite…I just love everything about Masters week.
My drive through the back roads of S.C. early every Friday of Masters week feeling the anticipation… and a big THANK YOU to the Masters members for allowing PGA members to attend!
Placing your chair in the perfect spot in the morning to watch all players in the afternoon with a Georgia peach ice cream sandwich in your hand.