It’s the most recognizable landmark in American golf. From the veranda, you can peer down Magnolia Lane to Founders Circle, which pays tribute to Masters Tournament co-founders Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts.
The Augusta National Golf Club clubhouse was built in 1854 and was the home of one Dennis Redmond, who owned an indigo plantation on the land. Later, the land and structure were acquired by Louis Berckmans, a Belgian horticulturist, who, with his son, turned the property into a company called Fruitland Nurseries. Finally, the property - and with it the house that would become Augusta National's clubhouse.