Have you ever heard of the Crow’s Nest at the clubhouse at Augusta National Golf Club? Well, it’s filled with tradition just as everything about the Master’s is.
This is an interesting article written earlier this year about it. You may find it interesting. Below is the first part of the article.
The Crow’s Nest
Partitions divide the room into four cubicles. Three have space for a single bed and one has two beds. One full bathroom and an extra sink round out the accommodations.
The spartan furnishings include a game table, sofa and chairs, and a television.
The room is named for its 11-foot-square cupola. The cupola provides views in any direction and can be reached only by ladder. Pictures of famous amateurs who have played in the Masters, including Jones, Arnold Palmer and Billy Joe Patton, line the walls. No amateur has ever won the Masters, but you can bet that plenty have dreamed of glory while sleeping in the Crow’s Nest.