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5 Things I Learned About The Masters That You Can’t Learn From TV

Hannah Darling tees off the 12th at the 2024 Augusta National Women's Amateur

There’s been a lot written about how the experience on site at Augusta National is significantly different to that when watching on TV. What for the somewhat limited TV coverage and the handful of camera angles, those watching at home get the exact  glimpse into the tournament and the golf course that the golf club wants you to see. 

I’ve been on site at my first ever Masters all week, so here’s five things I’ve learned about the tournament and the golf course that you can’t learn on TV. 

The undulation

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I know this point has been flogged to death, but I truly was not ready for how undulating and hilly Augusta National is. I came to the event expecting to be amazed at how undulating this course is after reading countless accounts of just how many slopes there are, but you have to see it to believe it. 


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