It was the spring of 1934. Robert T. Jones Jr. was making his return to competitive golf. The venue was Augusta National Golf Club, and the setting was the first Augusta National Invitation Tournament.
Alister MacKenzie didn't live to see the first Augusta National Invitation Tournament. That's a shame, because his creation, Augusta National Golf Club, drew rave reviews from the first participants in 1934.
Bobby Jones wandered down to the 15th green to watch the last few groups at the 1935 Masters Tournament. Gene Sarazen and Walter Hagen - two of Jones' friends and toughest competitors - were on the par-5 hole.