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What Trees Are at Augusta National?

You might have tuned into their Masters Tournament, but the trees at Augusta National Golf Club also deserve recognition.

You might have tuned into their Masters Tournament, but the trees at Augusta National Golf Club also deserve recognition.

This famous golf course was once the Fruitland Nursery that held operations between 1857 and 1910. Today, there’s plenty of buzz surrounding Augusta National’s beautiful flora. All the holes at Augusta National get their names from a tree, flower, shrub, or bush.

This list will showcase a few of the elegant shrubs, trees, and plants at Augusta National.

Hole #2: Pink Dogwood

Pink Dogwood at Augusta National.

This deciduous tree grows throughout the northern part of Mexico and eastern parts of the United States. Not only is the pink dogwood one of the famous trees at Augusta National, but it’s also Missouri’s state tree. Furthermore, it’s North Carolina’s state flower and Virginia’s state tree and flower.

Hole #3: Flowering Peach

While peaches are very common worldwide, they originated from China. While the fruit and its trees are important in Asia, they’re also integral to Georgia. The flowering peach tree also graces this famous golf course.

Crab Apple tree at Augusta National.

Hole #4: Flowering Crab Apple

This tree is a cousin of the domesticated orchard apple tree. A flowering crabapple tree typically grows between 13 to 40 feet tall, making it on the smaller side. Despite their small height, these trees feature beautiful white, red, and pink petals when blooming.

Hole #5: Magnolia

Magnolias are another standout tree at Augusta National. They are prominently featured upon entering this famous golf course. You can also find magnolias throughout North, Central, and South America and parts of Asia.

Hole #6: Junipers

Juniper tree at Augusta National

Sometimes referred to as the Eastern Red Cedar, this conifer can reach heights of 60 feet or more. The Eastern Red Cedar proudly adorns Augusta National but has many other purposes too. For example, its thick and sturdy wood produces fence posts.

Hole #8: Yellow Jasmine

Yellow jasmine is a tiny semi-evergreen shrub known for its pretty yellow flowers and fragrant aroma. It’s native to the southeastern areas of the United States and is sometimes confused for honeysuckle. Its flowers also sport blackberries that remain on the plant from autumn to winter.

Hole #12: Golden Bell

Golden bell tree at Augusta National.

Golden bell, also called forsythia, is a shrub from China. Due to its beautiful, golden color, you can find this shrub throughout various gardens and parks.

Hole #14: Chinese Fir

Native to Laos, Vietnam, and China, this evergreen conifer produces temples and coffins in China.

Hole #16: Redbud

Redbud tree at Augusta National.

Redbud is unique because it grows as both a shrub and a tiny deciduous tree. This beautiful tree/shrub grows year-round and attracts bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies.

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Augusta National Golf Club is a world-famous and luxurious golf course known for hosting the Masters Tournament. It also features many impressive trees, shrubs, and flowers.

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