This routing of Augusta National depicts how the course was playing during the first Masters Tournament.
By Brendan Mohler
Thursday, May 28, 2015

Quality golf art at an affordable price can be hard to come by. And celebrating the world’s greatest courses takes more than just a few coffee table books. boasts a wide-ranging collection of everything from travel posters to illustrations and original blueprints, many of which are autographed, limited edition units.

A few examples: The Cypress Point drawing is a reproduction of an original from 2001 (from $39); the Oakmont is believed to have been done by architect and former Oakmont superintendent Arthur Jack Snyder in the 1930s (from $29); the Augusta Chart depicts the course as it played during the 1934 Masters.

This photo, taken by Mark Alexander, shows the Valley of Sin and the 18th green at St. Andrews.

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