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About the Masters

Most people know Augusta because it is the site of the Masters Tournament, played each spring at the Augusta National Golf Club. The Masters was, and still is, considered the best-run golf tournament in the world.

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Guide to the Masters

Fun facts about the Masters

Things you may not have known about the Augusta National Golf Course and the Masters.

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Tickets to the Masters

It's too late for 2010 but you can start looking for tickets to next year's tournament. Here how to make sure you don't miss any of the action.

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Do's and Don'ts

Here's a rundown on all you need to know if you're coming to the Tournament.

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Scoreboards keep fans up to date

Behind those 11 hand-posted scoreboards is a system of computers and radio transmission units manned by more than 400 volunteers to make sure fans can keep up with their favorite players.

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Nothing cosmetic

Here's how Mother Nature and environmentally friendly maintenance practices create awe-inspiring beauty of the Augusta National Golf Club.

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Behind the green jacket

It's not just any blazer. Here are a few things you might not know about the sport coat of champions.

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