The 27 Best Masters Photos\nA gallery of highlights and unforgettable images from Augusta\nGroundskeepers prepare for the tournament in the early morning light by the famed oak tree and clubhouse.\nJack Nicklaus and his caddie celebrate a birdie putt on No.16 en route to Nicklaus' fifth Masters victory in 1975.\nPhil Mickelson walks through a tall shadow on No. 15 during the third round in 2015.\nTiger Woods snaps his 4-iron as he attempts to escape the pine straw on No. 11 during the 2007 final round.\nArnold Palmer birdies No. 18 for his fourth Masters win in 1964.\nGreg Norman misses on No. 15 during the final round in 1996.\nThe scene is a blur of motion around the leader board during the first round.\nTiger Woods chips in on No. 16 during the final round en route to his fourth Masters win in 2005.\nThe Augusta National pines are captured in a reflection.\nCeremonial starter Arnold Palmer punctuates his tee shot on No. 1 in 2013.\nBubba Watson hits from the rough on the second sudden-death playoff hole against Louis Oosthuizen in 2012.\nAugusta National lies hidden in fog before the first round in 2008.\nTwo-time Masters champion Ben Crenshaw bids farewell to the patrons as he competes in his final round at Augusta National in 2015.\nLarry Mize holes a 140-foot chip shot to beat Greg Norman for the title in 1987.\nA huge gallery surrounds Tiger Woods on the second green during the third round in 2010.\nPhil Mickelson birdies the last in 2004 for his first major title.\nPhil Mickelson attempts a bold second shot on No. 13 in 2010.\nJack Nicklaus watches his putt drop for a birdie on No. 17 in 1986.\nAdam Scott birdies the 72nd hole of the 2013 Masters, which he went on to win in a playoff.\nJordan Spieth saves par on No. 18 during the third round in 2015.\nGary Player acknowledges the crowd after he competes in his final Masters in 2009.\nTiger Woods tees off on No. 13 in 2007.\nWorkers assemble before the start of the tournament.\nThe 15th green is a prime spot for spectators.\nTiger Woods works on the practice putting green after finishing his third round in 2011.\nPhil Mickelson is paired with Fred Couples during the final round in 2006.\nArnold Palmer watches from the clubhouse balcony.