A typical lunch at Augusta. *
Director of Photography Christian Iooss
: "Nothing says the Masters like a cup of beer and a pimento cheese sandwich."
A computer, a TV AND an iPad? Intense.
Photo credit: John
This teacher scheduled an exam on Masters Thursday so he could stream live coverage. *
: "I got a laugh out of this one. Gotta love his dedication to golf. He's a fine, fine teacher."
An Augusta keychain is a smart way to bring the Masters with you, everywhere.
Photo credit: Matt Harber
Fred Couples and Colin Montgomerie chat under Augusta's Big Oak after a 2001 practice round.
Photo credit: Stephen Oakes
Youngest Masters fan?
Photo credit: Five Eighth Seams
Photo credit: Josh Cox
Phil Mickelson walks in Augusta's new practice facility. *
: "I like the scale of this photo; it's well composed. Mickelson is small, walking within a large practice facility. It's a quiet moment."
This kid is ready.
Photo credit: Kurt Cooper
This caddie will likely be very happy on Sunday.
Photo credit: Bryan Dodgins
Photo credit: Justin Schrock
The members' patio, which is next to the clubhouse and practice putting green. *
: "I like the composition and the repetition. It captures a quiet morning at Augusta, and we rarely get to see that."
Heavy crows at Augusta.
Photo credit: Charlie Kautz
The view from the top balcony of Butler Cabin.
Photo credit: Chad Coleman
Mowing the tight fairways of Augusta's 14th hole.
Photo credit: James Reehoorn
An amazing Masters shrine.
Photo credit: Tyler Astor
This sentiment is all but universal.
Photo credit: Brian Baulch