The Masters Starts Tomorrow; Take A Look At All The Changes At Augusta NationalS

Over the years, Augusta has gone through its share of changes and if you've ever been looking to see all those changes (most of them, anyway) in one place, here you go.

If you are feeling really ambitious, though, check out Golf Digest's work from a couple years ago. They break all the changes down by individual hole and you can see the evolution with each click.

Some highlights: after the first Masters tournament in 1934 they flipped the front and back nines, so that the 10th hole became the first hole and what was the first became the 10th. By 1948, the 16th hole, where Tiger hit his ridiculous shot in 2005, is almost unrecognizable from its original incarnation.

Go ahead, get nuts for a little bit.

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