The Masters is one of professional golf’s four major events.
The Masters is the first major of the year, and unlike the others, it is always held at the same location: Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.
Bobby Jones, an amateur champion, and Clifford Roberts, an investment banker, founded the Masters.
The Masters, which was first contested 88 years ago in 1934, is an official money tournament on the PGA Tour, European Tour, and Japan Golf Tour.
The Masters has a lot of traditions, and since 1949, the champion has been granted a green jacket, which he must return to the clubhouse one year after victory, although it remains his personal property and is housed in a specially designated cloakroom with the jackets of former champions.
How Many Birdies Will There Be At The Masters in 2021?
A player achieves a “birdie” when he takes fewer strokes than the hole’s par.
Therefore, if a golfer requires one more stroke than par to complete a hole, he makes a “bogey.”
If you complete a par 4 in three strokes, you make a “birdie,” but if it takes five strokes, you make a “bogey.”