Augusta National & the Masters: A Photographer's Scrapbook
Anyone who has loved the Masters Tournament, who has admired the Augusta National, who feels a twinge at the coming of springtime because it means another of those barnburner finishes in early April---anyone, in short, who may have taken that famous drive along Magnolia Lane toward the clubhouse, or dreamed of doing so---will probably be glad that the preservation of these photographs and stories behind them fell into the hands of a fellow like Frank Christian. As well as a chronicler, he has been a careful custodian of one of the richer heritages in golf, and now, with this scrapbook, one in which all of us can richly share.
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Alister Mackenzie amateur American golf Arnold Palmer Art Wall asked Augusta National Augusta National Golf ball Ben Crenshaw Ben Hogan Billy Joe Patton birdie Bob Jones Bobby Jones Byron Nelson caddie camera Cary Middlecoff Champions championship chip Claude Harmon Cliff Roberts Clifford Roberts clubhouse Craig Wood Crenshaw Curtis Strange Davis Love double eagle dramatic Dudley eighteenth green eleventh father feet film final round finished Frank Christian Fred front gallery Gary Player Gay Brewer Gene Sarazen golfers green jacket Greg Norman Hogan Horton Smith Jack Nicklaus Jimmy Demaret Jock Hutchison Larry Mize Lloyd Mangrum Magnolia Lane Masters title Masters Tournament match Montell mounds National Golf Club National golf course Nick Faldo par-three photographs play playoff pond putt putter Rae's Creek scores Seve Ballesteros sixth green Snead spectators tee shot television tenth trees U.S. Open victory watch winner yards