Masters: Photo of Byron Nelson at Augusta in 1930s
Here is a great shot of Byron Nelson with his bag and clubs at Augusta National shortly after the tournament's inception.
Here's a great shot of Byron Nelson getting ready to play in a Masters in the 1930s at Augusta National.
Can you imagine the rejoicing that would happen in the caddie clubhouse if golfers came to the course with a bag that small and only 10 clubs in it?
Nelson won the Masters in 1937 and 1942 and finished in the top 10, get this, 12 times in a row from 1937 to 1951 (that's more than 12 tournaments but there was no golf in 1943-1945 because of the war).
He is one of 16 golfers to win the tournament multiple times.
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