Posted on April 5th, 2022

Your Imagery Work Break – The 2021 Masters Tournament

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April has arriven and with it, so has spring, amazing!! That means summer is right around the corner so get outside to celebrate, woot woot! But before you head out, take a few seconds to gander this 50-centimeter black and white only (or panchromatic) WorldView-1 image collected over Augusta, Georgia on April 11, 2021 at 3:07 PM local time. And what is going on in this mid-April image over a golf course in Georgia, well of course it is the first PGA major of the season, The 85th Masters Tournament at Augusta National. We have featured The Masters before, once in 2018 and then in 2019 as well. This time we were lucky enough to capture the 4th and final round of The Masters where Hideki Matsuyama of Japan won the event by one stroke over Will Zalatoris. This year’s edition of The Master’s is set to start on April 7th, enjoy the 19th hole!

Have a great rest of your workday! ☺

(Image Courtesy: Maxar. Processed by Apollo Mapping for improved panchromatic accuracy and clarity.)

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