With the 2020 Masters postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic, we have drawn from the well of the tournament's rich history to produce something unique.
From its inception in 1934 right up to last year's stunning triumph for Tiger Woods, this major has always delivered the goods.
While the Augusta course may lie dormant for now, echoes of a glorious past still ring around its verdant fairways and greens.
Using daily leaderboards from a selection of the most memorable editions of the event, we have created a Fantasy Masters.
And here is how a thrilling final round went down...
Jordan Spieth (2015) edged out Tiger Woods (1997) on the second play-off hole to win the Fantasy Masters following a thrilling tussle between the two American young guns.
The pair, both just 21, went out in the final group at Augusta as Spieth started Sunday's round with a one-stroke lead over Woods and Raymond Floyd (1976).
Spieth headed to the 18th eyeing a record low score, having become the first player to reach 19 under, but he fluffed his lines with a bogey as Woods capitalised to record a par and force his rival into a play-off.
After both sunk nerveless pars, Spieth stepped it up a gear on the 10th, draining a birdie putt to earn the green jacket following a wire-to-wire triumph.
Spieth racked up a record 28 birdies, finishing an aggregate 12 under on the par fives to underline his clinical brilliance.
Floyd came mighty close to making it a three-way title tussle but, after birdies at 12 and 15, he could not find another gain to force the issue.
Another home hope left to rue a missed opportunity was Patrick Reed (2018), whose 71 was his worst round of the week as he closed on 15 under.
Spain's Seve Ballesteros (1980) squandered an even better chance. Having got to 16 under at the turn following a fine front-nine 33, he ended up signing for an even-par 72 to finish five strokes off the pace.
Ben Crenshaw (1995), a winner here in 1984, took fifth place ahead of Ballesteros and Fred Couples (1992) with a 68.
At the wrong end of the leaderboard, Nick Faldo (1996), Arnold Palmer (1964) and Angel Cabrera (2009) ended on 12 under.
WHAT THEY SAID
Jordan Spieth: "It's the most incredible week of my life. This is as great as it gets in our sport. I'm still kind of shock a little bit."
Jordan Spieth (2015) -18 (won on second play-off hole)
Tiger Woods (1997) -18
Raymond Floyd (1976) -17
Patrick Reed (2018) -15
Ben Crenshaw (1995) -14
Seve Ballesteros (1980) -13
Fred Couples (1992) -13
Angel Cabrera (2009) -12
Arnold Palmer (1964) -12
Nick Faldo (1996) -12
*Play-off result determined by average score, rounded to nearest whole number, on 18th and 10th holes across all four rounds