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Mapping the Masters at Augusta National
updated 6:04 AM EDT, Thu April 10, 2014
- Augusta National hosts the 78th Masters tournament starting on April 10
- Australia's Adam Scott is defending champion following dramatic play-off win in 2013
- Course is one of the most picturesque and challenging 18 holes in the world
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(CNN) -- Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia has played host to the Masters since 1934.
The former fruitland nursery was transformed into a 365-acre golfing paradise by Scottish golf architect Alister MacKenzie and tournament co-founder Bobby Jones.
Click on the flashing white discs to find out more about some of the club's most famous landmarks, holes and traditions.
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