Bobby Jones, one of the most prominent athletes of the 1920s, decided to retire from competitive golf in 1930 after winning all four major championships in the same season for his Grand Slam.
No one will ever confuse it with a luxury hotel, but for the amateurs who stay at the Crow's Nest during Masters Week, the experience is priceless.
There is something about Augusta National and the Masters that moves people in profound ways. It's unique among sporting events in that way.
Herman Keiser, 1946
Champion wins against all odds
Doug Ford, 1957
Golfer 'went for it' despite caddie's doubt
Art Wall, 1959
Jones compliment caps Masters win
Bob Goalby, 1968
Scorecard controversy overshadows win
Charles Coody, 1971
Caddie's plight eases road to win
Tommy Aaron, 1973
Masters win a 'dream come true'
Larry Mize, 1987
Miracle finish for hometown boy
Nicklaus roared from behind to win the 1986 Masters, no one has matched the Golden Bear's exceptional charge. Nicklaus' charge set the standard, and expectations, for the Sunday finish.