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
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.