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The Masters is well known for its amazing golf and green jackets but also for the beautiful scenery of the course in Augusta, Georgia. The 13th hole has an estimated 1,600 azalea bushes - yet this year there are only a dozen or so bushes behind the green that still have blooms. This is not the first time this has happened, and if nothing else, it should put the rumors to rest that Augusta National packs ice on the azaleas to keep them from blooming until Masters week. Mother Nature had her way this year and Spring came early for most locations, famous golf tournament or not. I have watched previous Masters Tournaments and have to say it did look a little light this year from the footage. Did anyone else notice this? Usually the azaleas are big and bushy and SO colorful!
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