The Augusta National is everything you see in tv and more. The golf course is in perfect conditions and nothing seems out of place. The course is challenging and requires to play to smart spots. Once you play the course you understand the crazy shots that the pros have to face during the majors. Augusta is a magic experience that any golfer aspire to have.
The course was formerly a plant nursery and each hole on the course is named after the tree or shrub with which it has become associated. Unlike most other private or public golf courses in the United States, Augusta National has never been rated. During the 1990 Masters Tournament, a team of USGA raters evaluated the course and gave it an unofficial rating of 76.2. Nice to know: the second shot at the 11th, all of the 12th, and the tee shot at the 13th hole at Augusta are nicknamed "Amen Corner".