Highs and Lows
The dramatic elevation changes at Augusta National are like teleprompters on the evening news: you know they're there, you just can't see them on TV. Television images flatten Augusta, pancaking the famously hilly layout. Unless you've been there, you can't imagine just how high and how low Augusta really goes. Here, with a little help from some things you may be more familiar with, is one way of imagining the heaving landscape from your living room while you watch the Masters in your Golden Bear-claw slippers.
Drop from the second tee to the second green = 90 feet
King Kong (official height in the 1933 original, 50 feet), standing on his own shoulders = 90 feet (-10 feet for big ape head)