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Last Updated: Wednesday, 31 March, 2004, 13:35 GMT 14:35 UK
Augusta in pictures
The famous Augusta Clubhouse
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At the base of the flagpole Founders Circle honours the founding members Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts
Amen Corner at Augusta
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In the farthest windswept corner of Augusta, Amen Corner tests the most experienced of the world's golfers
Lee Westwood of England plays out of Rae's Creek during the 2000 Masters
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Rae's Creek is named after John Rae who died in 1789, it runs in front of the 12th green
Sandy Lyle crosses Hogan Bridge during the 1988 Masters
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Leading to the 12th green, Hogan Bridge is dedicated to Ben Hogan's then record total of 274 made in 1953
Mike Weir of Canada plays his second shot on the 13th hole
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The beautifully maintained fairways surrounded by rhododendrons are recognised throughout the golfing world
The 18th green is bathed in sunlight at the conclusion of the 2003 Masters
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Huge crowds cram into any available space to witness the events unfold on the famous 18th green
Named after US president Dwight Eisenhower, Ike's Pond occupies three acres near the ninth hole on the par three course
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Named after US president Dwight Eisenhower, Ike's Pond occupies three acres on the nine hole course

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