The Masters    Golf    Tournament

The Masters is a professional golf tournament held annually in Augusta, Georgia, USA.

It is one of the four major championships in men's golf, along with the U.S. Open, the British Open, and the PGA Championship.

The tournament was first played in 1934, and has since become one of the most prestigious and widely watched golf events in the world.

The Masters is always held in the first full week of April, and attracts top players from around the world.

The tournament is played on the Augusta National Golf Club, which is known for its challenging course and beautiful setting.

The winner of The Masters is awarded a green jacket, which has become one of the most iconic symbols in all of sports.

The green jacket is also worn by members of the Augusta National Golf Club, and is presented to the winner of The Masters by the previous year's champion.

The Masters is known for its unique rituals and customs, including the ceremonial tee shots by honorary starters and the presentation of the green jacket to the winner.

The Masters is steeped in tradition and history, and is considered one of the most important events in the world of golf.