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  1. Augusta National Golf Club buys National Hills shopping center The Augusta National has picked up $28 million worth of real estate this spring. More parking? 🙂
  2. I am a relatively new golfer in the Augusta,GA area looking for friends to play with. I normally play Forest Hills (AKA the other house that Bobby built), Augusta Municipal, Pine Ridge Country Club, Mount Vintage, Bartram Trail, and Applewood. I work normal business hours (8-5 M-F) and normally play weekends or after work. My handicap is somewhere around +30 but don't let that fool you, I play relatively fast and can finish 18 on foot in 3 hours. Additionally, if you are going to be in the area for the Masters tournament in November or April, let me know and I can recommend some p
  3. We'll get to "who will win" and all that stuff later on. You know, when it's actually 2019. What I'd like to talk about right now is who is going to the tournament? I have a specific reason for asking this year, because I'd like to go, and I'd like to take my daughter. PGA members (I am one) get in free, but I'm pretty sure they can't bring a child with them despite the Masters allowing children to attend free with an adult. The rub is that the adult has to have a badge. So, if any TST members are going Monday through Thursday (probably only through Thursday, as I'll want to drive ba
  4. I thought I would share some info for would-be patrons on the forum who want to attend The Masters tournament days. I go every year and there's little or no information online about where to get badges (tickets) , prices etc. I never post on forums so if this text comes out messy and hard to read, apologies! So you want to achieve your bucket list, here's some tips how to do it. There are essentially two ways to get to see The Masters, the expensive way and the REALLY expensive way. So you can buy in advance online at various ticket sites and travel companies. But how about if you do
  5. Here is the video: Here are some photos from the video: I thought watching live (well, watching the first time, recorded on my DVR later in the evening) that he had improved his lie. You can certainly see more of the ball after he soles his club than before. But I'm leaning toward "inconclusive." This type of activity reportedly occurs frequently on the PGA Tour and people look the other way all the time.
  6. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUWd9oEKkL1fvJQ6EZZj6fg/videos - A lot of videos here of Augusta CC's renovation. For example:
  7. With the masters behind us () I thought I would throw this out there to keep us talking about the “hallowed” pines of Augusta National. I have been thinking about this all week and thought I would see what the TST opinion is: Obviously, with all it’s history Augusta is a golfers dream come true. But what if the course was designed less than 20 years ago? What if it looked exactly like it does today, but had no history or major championship tied to it? Would it be a bucket list golf course? In other words, if the course had none of the history and prestige it has today would the design its
  8. Pretty straightforward here: What's your favorite hole at Augusta National? What's your least favorite hole at ANGC? Why? Take it however you want to take it - favorite hole if you were to play it, or favorite hole to watch in the Masters… favorite architecture or strategy… whatever you want.
  9. Now I know why only moderators/administrators can start major championship discussions. But while this is related to the Masters, it is a completely different topic. So you happen to have gotten an invite to play Augusta National, and are promised tournament Sunday conditions and hole locations. You're standing on the 12th tee under today's conditions. Very light breeze, Pin in back right, as it is on Sunday every year. What club do you hit? Do you play for the flag or play conservative? Where do you aim? I'll start... I would take an 8-iron over the left side of the bunker
  10. https://www.golfdigest.com/story/tiger-confidential-what-pros-really-say-about-tigers-chances-at-the-masters What fascinated me about that article is the breadth and scope of the opinions, the sheer variety. Others correctly point out, for example, that even after a layoff in 2010, he came out and finished T4. Then two quotes later someone is saying he has no chance.
  11. https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/golf/2018/04/04/augusta-national-announces-new-tournament-women-before-masters/485455002/ Chairman Fred Ridley said the Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship will feature 72 players. In 2019, the first two rounds of the 54-hole stroke play event will be conducted at the Champions Retreat Golf Club in Augusta before moving for the final round at Augusta National Golf Club.
  12. Hello - I was lucky enough to get tickets for the Masters practice round on Monday, April 2, 2018. Since I'll already be in town, I'd like to try to attend Tuesday, April 3 as well, and am hoping to trade either one or two of my Monday tickets for an equal number for Tuesday. Is anyone out there interested and able to make this happen? Thank you!
  13. Hello all, i'm new here and wondered if anyone has been or going to Augusta next year? All advice welcome on companied or places that can help set up a trip Dennis
  14. If you had a chance to play for free, for the rest of your life, what course would that be and why
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