The Crow's Nest is accommodation for amateurs during tournament week.
The Crow’s Nest, located on the second floor of Augusta National’s clubhouse, is one of the most historic places on the property.
It is an open plan room where amateurs can stay during tournament week.
The term “Crow’s Nest” comes from the crows nest, the highest look out point of a ship.
It’s only a small 30-by-40-foot room including one bath room.
Partitions divide the room into four cubicles which can sleep up to 5 amateurs.
Jack Nicklaus, Ben Crenshaw and Tiger Woods are among the players who stayed in the Crow's Nest as amateurs and went on to win the Masters.
Updated: 11-Oct-2020 | Email feedback to this question