Augusta National is covered in snow (again)

It has been a pretty tough winter for Augusta natives, as winter weather has wrecked havoc on the area. The most famous golf course in the world is one of those that has been beaten up by Mother Nature, and that happened again on Wednesday as winter storms blew through the area and knocked down some trees and branches on Magnolia Lane.

The above picture, courtesy of Michael White, was snapped on Wednesday and shows quite a difference from what Magnolia Lane looks like during tournament week.

This storm looks a little more brutal than the one that hit in late January, but if we have learned anything from the Masters over the years it is things are cleaned up incredibly fast within those Augusta National gates.

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