There's one tradition that always holds true at Augusta National, year after year.
The champion always leaves a little something behind.
There's a museum near the main gate that's always a popular stop for patrons.
And there's always a section dedicated to last year's champ.
This year the case has Tiger Wood's name on it...you'll see press clippings from his playoff victory on that Sunday afternoon a year ago.
And the champion also dedicates a club that was important to his victory.
Tiger chose his driver. His driver, golf glove, and signed scorecard from that championship round rest in the case.
The museum is also a great place to get a close-up look at one of the most coveted trophies in all of sports: the silver replica of the Augusta National Clubhouse with the names of past champions inscribed on it.
Whose name will it be this year?
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