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Tag: Augusta National

Matt’s Memories: Favorite memories from my time at Augusta National

June 7, 2022 By
Long-time superintendent and owner of M.A.T. Matt Shaffer shares his funniest golf stories in his first-ever Golfdom column. ...

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Following a NCAA tournament win for his Kansas Jayhawks, Seth Jones visited Augusta for the 2022 Masters tournament. (Photo: Golfdom Staff)

Keeping up with the Jones: A bad day at the Masters?

May 2, 2022 By
Golfdom Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones talks about his experience at this year's Masters and the epic Kansas Jayhawks NCAA championship win. ...

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Super Bents developer Richard Hurley, Ph.D., on memorable days in the industry

October 25, 2021 By
Richard Hurley, Ph.D., has been breeding improved bentgrass since 1982 and discusses some of his more memorable days throughout his career. ...

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Superintendents from east cost at Augusta National (Photo: Seth Jones)

Golfdom Gallery: May 2019, Masters Edition

May 30, 2019 By
The Masters Edition Mr. and Mrs. Greenkeeper Matthew Wharton, CGCS, MG, Carolina GC, Charlotte, N.C., and his wife, Darless, aka Mrs. Greenkeeper, near the big leaderboard at Augusta National Golf Club. Amen Corner with RTJII (Left to right) Rich Sweeney, ...

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The peach ice cream sandwich had to be my favorite culinary treat from the Masters. Photo: Seth Jones

The Masters 2019: An experience unlike any other

April 15, 2019 By
When we got kicked off of the course at Augusta National Golf Club (ANGC) during Tuesday morning’s practice rounds for the Masters due to approaching storms, I was a little bummed (though I did have fun texting a few people ...

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The second annual Friends of Golfdom meeting at Augusta National drew a good group, but Jones ran into even more friends throughout the day. Photo: Seth Jones

A tale of two very different Masters days

April 12, 2019 By
My 2019 Masters experience summed up: it was the worst of times, then the best of times. How could any experience at the Masters be ‘the worst of times,’ you ask? Easy. You could get rained out. Weather could delay ...

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