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Caddie for the ages

Carl Jackson was 11 the day he started his caddie career. Now, 53 years later, Jackson is on the verge of a milestone: In 2011, he'll caddie in his 50th Masters Tournament.

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Augusta National

Masters 75th Anniversary

Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts laid the foundation for excellence in golf, establishing a tradition that lives on 75 years after the first Augusta National Invitation Tournament.
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Champions Through History

The Augusta Chronicle has been covering Augusta National Golf Club and The Masters Tournament since the beginning. Take a tour through history as we present the front pages from club and tournament milestones through the years.
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How MacKenzie, Jones met a mystery

The mystery of how Bobby Jones and Alister MacKenzie first met -- and how Jones arrived at picking MacKenzie to design Augusta National Golf Club -- has never been fully explained.
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Winning by the book

The Masters Tournament is played under the Rules of Golf, which are administered by the U.S. Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Golf Club.
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They all look good in green

Mark O'Meara has never been known for his brash predictions, but he made one to his caddie as he prepared to play the final two holes.
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50 years on, the shouting hasn't stopped

The year 1958 was eventful at the Masters Tournament. Two bridges across Rae's Creek were dedicated in honor of Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson. A young pro named Arnold Palmer won the tournament for the first time. And Amen Corner was born.
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History runs through it

Rae's Creek winds through the National at Amen Corner, the famous stretch of holes that is often instrumental in deciding the Masters winner. The creek flows in front of the 12th green and behind the 11th green. A tributary runs up the left side of the 13th fairway and in front of the greens.
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History Lesson

Bobby Jones, one of the most prominent athletes of the 1920s, decided to retire from competitive golf in 1930 after winning all four major championships in the same season for his Grand Slam.
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Inside golf's most famous clubhouse

No one will ever confuse it with a luxury hotel, but for the amateurs who stay at the Crow's Nest during Masters Week, the experience is priceless.
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Major Impact

There is something about Augusta National and the Masters that moves people in profound ways. It's unique among sporting events in that way.
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Making himself heard

Sandy Hutchison is one of the few people who know how the tradition started of stationing announcers on the ninth and 18th greens at the Masters Tournament.
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Winner's Circle

All Masters Scores and Champions

Jack Nicklaus

Nicklaus' '86 charge unmatched

Since Jack Nicklaus roared from behind to win the 1986 Masters, no one has matched the Golden Bear's exceptional charge. Nicklaus' charge set the standard, and expectations, for the Sunday finish.

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The Legends

Caddie for the ages

Carl Jackson was 11 the day he started his caddie career. Now, 53 years later, Jackson is on the verge of a milestone: In 2011, he'll caddie in his 50th Masters Tournament.

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Diary of a Masters Champion

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