Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters Tournament, is one of golf's most loved and greatest courses. This print chronicles the most important course changes since the first Masters in 1934 to the present day. Thirty-six stunning hand-drawn illustrations provide a visual side-by-side comparison of each hole. See how Amen Corner has changed over the years. View the original layout of hole number 15, the home to the most famous shot in Masters history when Gene Sarazen made a double eagle in 1935. See why hole 17, Nandina, went from one of the easiest tee shots to the hardest tee shot on the course. 

Perfect for all golf fans and a great gift for your sports minded friend.

Visual History of Augusta National

42" x 20"


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Print types:
  • Premium Paper - custom printed on medium-weight paper using vivid, archival inks.
  • Fine Art Paper - custom printed on heavy weight, fine art archival paper using vivid, archival inks.
  • Wood Mounted - print is mounted to a hardboard and a protective laminate is applied to the surface of the print. The edges are shaped with a 45° bevel, finish-sanded and painted black. The back side is routed with a custom keyhole for hanging. Graphic is printed on our premium paper.
  • Stretched Canvas - custom printed on textured canvas, stretched over wood frame. Ready to hang.
  • Black Frame - a 7/8 inch black wood with a simple rectangular profile and a smooth, satiny finish providing a casual feel. Graphic is printed on our premium paper.