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Highest of Cat. – A & Acute &   innovative specifications

Highest of Cat. – A & Acute & innovative specifications

Submitted by • March 8, 2016

Course features that have over the years been fine stowed with evocate titles seem to bequeath further prestige into Augusta National’s aura, from the testing triumvirate of Amen Corner, to the three bridges named after a trio of late, great Masters Champions in Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson and Gene Saracen, to Ices Pond.Raes Creek, a stretch of water that has imbibed many a wayward ball during Augusta’s rich 80-year history, flows at the back of the 11th green and runs in front of the 12th green and 13th tee and was named after John Rae, who died in 1739. Raes house was the farthest fortress up the Savannah from Fort Augusta, a safe house that was used during Indian attacks when the fort was out of reach.More than 80 years have passed since Jones and Roberts bought the nursery which would become one of the greatest golf courses in the world yet Augusta National remains the most vivid, the most stimulating of sets.

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