Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Masters on my mind - 2009



With the golf tournament set to commence 4/9/2009 at Augusta National Golf Club, Lowcountryoutdoors.com will strive to convey some of the sights, sounds and feelings that come with walking the hallowed grounds at Augusta. Since no photography is allowed inside Augusta National, it will be a challenge to post visual records of the events, but the image posted today pretty much speak to the flower power at the Masters. Next, envision a rolling meadow of green, and you will see the "commons area" at the center of the course - 18 holes that are sprawled across one of the prettiest spots in Georgia. Old traditions are renewed at each Masters tournament and average golfers (viewing on TV) and Masters patrons are both transfixed by what can only be called an inspirational experience. Indeed, the Masters are on my mind.....

Photos By Jeff Dennis: Flowering azaleas under the shade of a live oak. Hole number 13 at Augusta National is known as Azalea.

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