Amateurs can stay in Crow's Nest at Augusta National during Masters
Co-founded by lifelong amateur golfer Bobby Jones, the Masters Tournament has always had a special place and traditions for the top amateur golfers.
Atop the Augusta National clubhouse is the Crow's Nest, where amateurs are invited to stay during the tournament.
The 30-by-40-foot room is above the Champions Locker Room and the library, at the top of a steep set of stairs.
While amateurs dream of glory, they can draw inspiration from Jack Nicklaus, Ben Crenshaw and Tiger Woods, who all stayed in the Crow's Nest as amateurs and eventually went on to win the Masters Tournament.
Partitions divide the Crow's Nest into four cubicles (A, below), and three have space for a single bed and one has two beds. One full bathroom and an extra sink round out the accommodations. Rising from the room is a cupola with windows on all sides that can only be reached by ladder.