Augusta National Golf Club
The crown jewel of them all. The course every golf fan can’t wait to see on television every April during the Masters. The place where fans are called patrons. “Thunderous roars lie in wait” as the game’s greatest players walk the fairways. Designed in 1933 by Alister MacKenzie and Bobby Jones, this 7,435-yard national treasure was built on top of a former plant and fruit nursery. From Amen Corner to the Sarazen Bridge, there wasn’t a chance this course would not be at the top of our list. (http://www.masters.com/en_US/course/index.html).