The '100 Ways Augusta Changed to Make the Masters Harder' Graph is Bold

By: Vivian Lau - Apr 9, 2012
References: fastcodesign
In light of better equipment, training and technique, the '100 Ways Augusta Changed to Make the Masters Harder' graph details how the green has been adjusted to make for a better playing experience.

Throughout history, lush plains were traded for Betgrass, narrowed tees and bunker fortified cuts of grass. This infographic outlines some of the changes that Augusta has made this year to stay relevant.

Though critics complain about how the course is unrecognizable in present day, others would argue that such evolution is necessary in order for the course to stay among the most grand and competitive in the world. The aim is for it to be challenging enough for someone to come along and, fittingly, master it.