1937 Masters: Lord Byron's maiden major
The fourth edition of the annual Masters Tournament looked different than the previous three before the first competitive shot was ever struck. For the first time, Augusta National Golf Club members outfitted themselves in green blazers while on the course, so as to be more easily identified by fans seeking information or guidance.
Perhaps that was only a fitting prequel to an event that unearthed great drama during competition, but is remembered more to this day for a few significant ...
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