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PHOTOS: TaylorMade's Masters logos through the years

Take a look at the TaylorMade patches given to staffers during the Masters since 2003.

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In this picture: 2013 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2012 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2011 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2010 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2009 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2008 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2007 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2006 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2005 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2004 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013

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In this picture: 2003 logo To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players. In the beginning, the logos mimicked the badges patrons use to gain entry into Augusta National, but in recent years they've been designed with hidden symbols and meanings. Take a walk down Magnolia, er, Memory Lane in this gallery.

Published on April 9, 2013