Golf World's May issue looks forward to the first major championship of the year – the Masters. We look at how the loss of Eisenhower's Tree on the 17th will effect the strategy of the hole, whether Tiger will win his 15th major, and spotlight the three toughest holes on the course – and they aren't Amen Corner!
In addition, we have interviewed the reigning champion, Adam Scott, as he readies himself to become only the fourth player in history (behind Nicklaus, Faldo and Woods) to successfully defend the title. We also analyse Tiger's 'Drop Heard around the world' from last year; look back at the first ever Masters (1934) and the major which launched Mickelson's major career (his win here 10 years ago); and Faldo talks about his epic victory over Scott Hoch 25 years ago. We also catch up with former champion, Trevor Immelman, at his home in Orlando, and reveal our pick for this year's Tournament.
In addition, we have instruction from six-time champion Jack Nicklaus; show you what you can learn from the 2012 champion Bubba Watson's unique swing; and give you unrivalled insight into the best places to play and the best equipment for your game.