As warm as it's been in the Southeast lately I'll bet that it's even warmer in Augusta. So it should be a good tournament. Golfer's need that warmth to play well. It will be strange not having any crowds and cheer's. But still, you'll never get another chance see that course without people all over it.
Nothing about this Masters will look familiar until the champion slips his arms through a green jacket. The purple, pink and white blooms of azaleas and dogwoods, which provide such a magnificent accent to Augusta National in spring, give way to the orange and gold hues of autumn.
GOLF Channel announced its Masters week programming plans, which will include more than 50 hours of live coverage surrounding the final men’s major of 2020.