Near the bottom right of this photo, you’ll see a ball skipping across the pond that fronts Augusta’s 16th green. The ball-skipping is a Masters practice tradition. (Photo: John Trainor/Flickr)
TOO EARLY FOR MASTERS MANIA? I think not. In fact, I’ve been thinking about the year’s first major for quite a while and have put together a free 44-page guide to the 2009 Masters Tournament. (Sign up at above right under the brown box.)
Last year I went to Augusta for the first time, so part of the guide includes my first-hand observations about the Masters experience. You’ll also find need-to-know information, history, humor, interviews and more.
I’ll introduce you to the only living player who teed it up in the first Masters in 1934, as well as the first Augusta native to play for the Green Jacket. I’ve talked to both men, a real treat.
Here’s the table of contents:
THE MASTERS EXPERIENCE
My Road to the Masters
One Patron’s Guide to Augusta National Golf Club
Masters’ Food: A Tradition Like No Other
Chasing a Tiger
Q&A: SI’s Jim Gorant on the Masters
2009 MASTERS TOURNAMENT
Augusta National Golf Club Scorecard
Masters TV Schedule
Errie Ball: Last Man Standing from First Masters
Q&A: Walker Inman Jr., First Augusta Native to Play in Masters
Tiger Woods Will Still Win the Grand Slam This Year
The 2016 Masters
Overheard in Heaven: Bobby Jones Consoles Byron Nelson
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6 thoughts on “2009 Masters Tournament Guide”
The next best thing to being there! Thanks Neil.
Great little guide. I appreciate your hard work on it. I clicked a Google Ad to show my appreciation. I’m looking forward to the practice rounds next week.
this looks like a wonderful guide
I have played Augusta National, In fact I have played the entire golf Digest top 100 and wrote a book about it A GOLFERS DREAM; HOW A REGULAR GUY CONQUERED THE GOLF DIGEST TOP 100 GOLF COURSES IN AMERICA
Thanks! This is really good.
What a wealth of info you’re got here. Kudos!
Thought I’d add my two cents, and invite you to chip in yours…
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If it is not too late, you may want to post this on the Business Golf Country Club for all the Club’s members to review. Great stuff here.