Masters Countdown: The Augusta clubhouse from every decade
Here is the evolution of the Augusta National clubhouse going all the way back to the early 1900s.
The Masters is just around the corner (15 days, to be exact) and we're pretty excited. There's plenty of golf to be played between now and then but not enough writing about Augusta. We're trying to rectify that by doing a Master countdown every day until the ceremonial tee shot.
I thought it would be kind of fun to look at the Augusta National clubhouse through the last several decades.
Though the building itself hasn't changed at all from that haunting early 1900s photo at the bottom, the entrance to golf's most hallowed tournament has changed very much over the years, as you can see.
Here's a tour:
Another Alabama alum is playing some great golf in San Antonio
Steven Fox had a bit of a struggle coming out of this bunker during a practice session
The defending champ is still in the hunt after a club mishap
Ken Duke is a national treasure, and he reminded us why at the Texas Open this week
Patrick Reed got his clubs fixed, and his game followed suit in San Antonio
Golf lover Aaron Rodgers has a lot of time on his hands this offseason