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The Masters Tournament, the first major professional golf tournament of the year, starts this week at Augusta National Golf Club, a private golf club in Georgia. The event is well known for its much-coveted green jacket winners earn for their victory. Past champions include Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Phil Mickelson.

Golf, a sophisticated sport, is associated with class and style. Golf enthusiasts can bring these design elements into their space with these ideas for home and office.

Spending more time teeing off than at home? Combine these two elements with an elegant mural that would put any avid golfer at ease.


Augusta Golf Course Mural

In a den, bedroom, or office, golf furniture is essential for any golf lover. These clean, chic pieces are a wonderful, yet practical addition.


The Design Blog: Golf Furniture

When the rain prevents your golf fan from teeing off, substitute this rug for a putting green. The modular floor tiles can be arranged to suit one’s personal golf needs.


Style of Design Putting Green Rug

For a subtle piece in the home to show your love of the game, try this functional lamp that captures all the elements of this relaxing pastime.


Golf Lamp from Functional Artisans

Finally, if your home is in need of a makeover, consider a green room complete with green walls, flooring, and furniture, to symbolize both golf greens and the Masters’ green jacket.

ArhZine - Modern Bedroom Interior

Time will tell whether a rookie or a long-time golf champ will succeed at this year’s Masters Tournament. Enjoy the game and these ideas to bring more golf into your home’s interior.

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