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Golf Course - Putting Green
... Augusta National is one of many golf courses to use this type of green ... The original design of Augusta National did not include bent grass greens, but in the 1980s the controversial decision was made to convert the greens from Bermuda to ... This has affected the speed and playing of Augusta National ...
Burton Peek - Augusta National
... Peek joined Augusta National in 1934, served as a rules official for many years, and was an influential member in the early years of the club ... One of the 10 cabins at Augusta National is named in Peek's honor ... In an early history of Augusta National, Burton Peek was described by longtime club president Clifford Roberts as "our top candidate for top honors as the man who hit the most golf balls in one ...
Augusta National Golf Club - Appearances in Video Games
... Augusta National Golf Club is featured in the Japan-exclusive video game franchise Harukanaru Augusta, which started in 1989 ... One of its last titles Masters '98 Haruka Naru Augusta was released for the Nintendo 64 ... Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters Tournament are also featured in the video game Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 The Masters ...
Timeline Of Golf History (1851–1945) - 1930–1940
... to practice law full-time (and to found a new club that would become known as Augusta National) ... was considered among the most important tournaments, behind only the National Opens and the PGA Championship (of which Hagen won eleven in total) in status ... Augusta National Golf Club, designed by Alister MacKenzie with advice from Bobby Jones, opens for play ...
Augusta National Golf Club - Membership - 2002 Membership Controversy
... Augusta National and Chairman Hootie Johnson are widely known for a disagreement beginning in 2002 with Martha Burk, then chair of the Washington-based National ... discrimination with a spirit of friendship, solidarity and fair play." In August of 2012, the Augusta National board of directors extended membership to ...

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