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2023 Masters Tournament Collectors Coin - Limited Edition of 350 - 87th Masters | Record Fountain
Order your 2023 Masters Tournament Limited Edition Collectors Coin today! Add to your Masters Tournament golf memorabilia collection with this Masters 2023 Limited Edition Commemorative Coin Medallion. There are a limited number in circulation each year from the Golf Shop at Augusta National. The 2023 coin features the Record Fountain on one side and commemorates the 87th edition of the Tournament on the other. The exclusive souvenirs always sell out quickly, so don't miss out! Each is individually numbered out of 350, and are available during the Tournament in very limited quantities, so be sure to order now. The coin comes nestled in a green velvet-lined box with white satin inside the lid featuring a gold foil print of the Masters logo. Each comes with a gold foil print numbered card with information about the Masters Tournament or Augusta National Golf Club icon that is memorialized on the medallion.
The Record Fountain - The Record Fountain is one of many icons of Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters Tournament. The Record Fountain can be found to the left of the 17th green. It was dedicated in 1959 on the 25th anniversary of the first Masters Tournament and is constructed in a hexagon with drinking fountains on each side. The six sides also display mounted plaques of previous Tournament winners and their scores and course records.
The Masters Tournament
Steeped in history and tradition, the Masters Tournament is one of the most famous golf competitions in the world and is the first golf major of the year. Held annually on the grounds of Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, fans from all over the world tune in during the first full week of April to watch top professionals in the sport of golf compete to win the coveted Green Jacket. Founded by legendary golf amateur champion Bobby Jones, along with Clifford Roberts, a NY investment banker, and mutual friend Thomas Barrett, Jr. , Augusta National, or ANGC, was built on the grounds of a former nursery. The nursery grounds have woven themselves into the legacy of the course with abundant flora gracing the sloping greens and framing the famed pristine white clubhouse and buildings. Each hole on the course is named after one of the flowers or trees gracing the property that are painstakingly maintained year-round even though the course is only open to badge holders during the week of the Tournament. MMO Golf attends the famed Tournament yearly to purchase a variety of Masters Tournament merchandise and souvenirs as a shopping service for those who are unable to attend the Tournament in person.