Masters is one of the 4 biggest tournaments in professional golf systems. The tournament is always held on Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia (USA), amateur golfers can also compete, the winner will receive a beautiful blue shirt … In addition to those, Masters also What’s interesting?
Jack Nicklaus – Masters’ record
In 1963 Nicklaus, at the age of 23, won the Masters for the first time with a negative two-stroke achievement, less than one opponent behind him, Tony Lema. In 1986, Nicklaus made fans mention it with the 65-stroke final round – where he even beat 9 last holes with only 30 strokes. This is Nicklaus’s sixth title on the Masters and the last in his 18 major collection – an achievement so far no one has ever overcome, including Tiger Woods and Arnold Palmer.
Trees covered and the presence of a variety of flowers turn Augusta into one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world. Augusta was voted the No. 1 golf course in the US by Golf Digest for 3 consecutive years. Each hole in the course is named after the hole in the hole, one of which is Magnolia, Pink Dogwood, Flowering Crab Apple and Azalea … But perhaps the most famous golf holes are 3 challenging 11, 12 and 13 holes, creating the famous “Amen Corner”, the name created by Herbert Warren in the article on Sports Illustrated in 1958.
Masters are considered to be traditionally traditional tournaments. Typical of which is the blue shirt for the champion and the accompanying rules. There are many listed rules but if you’re lucky enough to put on a blue shirt, the most important thing is never let it touch the ground.
At Masters, the people gathered around the yard watching the golfers are not called fans like tournaments or other sports. They called these spectators members of the club. There are no banners to support the spirit of golf. Instead, the organizers must treat members like they are family members. Among the members of the club are Bill Gates, co-founder and chairman of Microsoft; billionaire Warren Buffet or Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric.