The Masters Trophy is always on display in the main sitting room, while customized china with images of the clubhouse and the club logo decorate the tables in the main dining room.
A bust of Augusta National cofounder Clifford Roberts sits in the foreground with a portrait of Jones hanging behind him. Champions get a green jacket (far right), but except for the reigning champion's, they don't leave the grounds.
President Eisenhower's desk (far left) remains in place on the second floor, while the bust of Ike's good friend Bobby Jones decorates a clubhouse that's haunted by the founder's memory.
Open only from October to May, Augusta National was conceived as a winter retreat for Northern businessmen, for whom a quiet fire-warmed room provided a break from the harsh weather and bustle of home.