Golf365’s Behind-the-Scenes Masters gallery: Sergio, Redknapp, and more
Golf365 writer Dave Tindall has had the pleasure of attending several Masters Tournaments at Augusta National Golf Club – here are some of the best pictures from his trips.
The previous year’s winner gets to choose the menu for the Champions Dinner. This is what 2013 winner Adam Scott went with…
Huge galleries at Wednesday’s Par 3 Contest.
Will Greenwood and Jamie Redknapp at the Par 3 Contest.
Buggies line up inside the hallowed grounds of Augusta National.
The on-course food is set at low rates to help give patrons the best possible Masters experience. Other sporting venues take note!
Some players are called in the main building to give full press conferences. Others are grabbed here for ‘flash’ interviews.
It gets hot at Augusta National. Here’s a chance to take on board some refreshing water and check out some Masters records.
No mobiles allowed but still a chance to say you’ve just seen Rory McIlroy smash one 350 yards.
The giant scoreboard to the right of the first fairway is a popular meeting place and an opportunity to check out those all-important scores.
The practice ground. Time to warm up before teeing off.
Sergio Garcia puts in the hard work. It would all prove worthwhile when he won the Green Jacket in 2017.
Sergio has always been a fan-favourite with Masters patrons. Here he signs autographs after walking off the practice ground.
Sergio dreaming of Masters glory after walking off the 18th green. His dream would come true when he beat Justin Rose in a play-off to finally win his first major.
By Dave Tindall
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