Check out these 8 photos that go inside Augusta National’s exclusive clubhouse

April 4, 2020
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Augusta National’s clubhouse is one of the most exclusive in the country, but these photos can take you inside the fabled structure.

Take a tour of the simple white clapboard clubhouse that has become one of the most iconic structures in the game — filled with history, mystery and people in green blazers.

Also known as Bobby Jones’s attic, the Crow’s Nest at Augusta National is a top-floor bunkhouse with five beds and a sitting area. Traditionally, it houses amateurs during the tournament.
Also known as Bobby Jones’s attic, the Crow’s Nest at Augusta National is a top-floor bunkhouse with five beds and a sitting area. Traditionally, it houses amateurs during the tournament.
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Everyone from Jack Nicklaus to Ben Crenshaw to Tiger Woods has fond memories of his stay. “The Crow’s Nest will always remain in my heart,” Woods wrote in a letter to the club.
Everyone from Jack Nicklaus to Ben Crenshaw to Tiger Woods has fond memories of his stay. “The Crow’s Nest will always remain in my heart,” Woods wrote in a letter to the club.
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The locker room for non-champions may not have the prestige and cachet of the champions’ facility, but it does not lack for comfort and style.
The locker room for non-champions may not have the prestige and cachet of the champions’ facility, but it does not lack for comfort and style.
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The Champions Locker Room offers a respite, where green-jacketed pros can reminisce and relax before and after rounds.
The Champions Locker Room offers a respite, where green-jacketed pros can reminisce and relax before and after rounds.
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The Masters Trophy is always on display in the main sitting room.
The Masters Trophy is always on display in the main sitting room.
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Customized china with images of the clubhouse and the club logo decorate the tables in the main dining room.
Customized china with images of the clubhouse and the club logo decorate the tables in the main dining room.
Fred Vuich/Sports Illustrated

President Eisenhower’s desk remains in place on the second floor.
President Eisenhower’s desk remains in place on the second floor.
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Open only from October to May, Augusta National was conceived as a winter retreat for Northern businessmen, for whom a quiet fire-warmed room provided a break from the harsh weather and bustle of home.
Open only from October to May, Augusta National was conceived as a winter retreat for Northern businessmen, for whom a quiet fire-warmed room provided a break from the harsh weather and bustle of home.
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Champions get a green jacket, but except for the reigning champion’s, they don’t leave the grounds.
Champions get a green jacket, but except for the reigning champion’s, they don’t leave the grounds.
Fred Vuich/Sports Illustrated

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