There are no doubt many myths about the maintenance practises at Augusta National but what is indisputable is the amount of human interference required to make the place look the way it does. And that’s a problem.
Ask any golf course superintendent in the world the worst week to be in the job and the answer will be almost universal: the first full week of April.
The immaculate conditions presented at Augusta National have become a benchmark for courses around the world, the pristine presentation almost unanimously accepted as the gold standard.
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