Major changes for Augusta National
After doing anything almost 70 times, it's normal to wish for at least one do-over. But in that many years of preparing its course for the Masters, the tournament has never ended with the Augusta National Golf Club in clear need of the imaginary mulligan. When it comes to setting up the game's ultimate competitive arena, Augusta always seems to get things right.
Because the course is a shrine, the club's major projects -- like converting the greens from Bermuda to bent grass 25 years ...
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