The Masters Augusta National

Amen Corner Holes 11 12 & 13 | Framed Golf Art Photo

Posted by Robert

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The Masters Augusta National I've told you about my golf den... the one that I sit in and smoke my pipe and wax philosophical? Don't believe the rumors that it's really a small closet in my bedroom with one folding chair and a cheap card table.

This is the perfect piece of art to hang in the golf den. It's Amen Corner at Augusta National, the famous 11th, 12th, and 13th holes of the most coveted championship in golf, The Masters. Amen corner actually consists of the second shot at 11, all of the 12th and the tee shot at the 13th. I've played these holes many times in my dreams. I usually go birdie, birdie, eagle.

Over the years Amen Corner has supplied the drama for the Masters. In 1958, Arnold Palmer navigated through this gauntlet with brilliant escapes to beat Ken Venturi , and in 1937 Byron Nelson won after he went birdie, eagle at 12 and 13.

If you really like this piece of art, please check out tomorrow's photo review of Jack and Arnie at the Masters. It would be a great companion piece. I would get it for my golf den, but with all the trophies and awards I have on the wall already, there is just no room.

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  1. Jack and Arnie at the Masters | Arnold Palmer Jack Nicklaus Framed Print 2805F Says:

    [...] sure you check out another beautiful piece of Master's art: Amen Corner Holes 11, 12, & 13. This would go perfectly next to the Jack and Arnie photo. It's a beautiful depiction of the famous [...]

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