Amateur Gunn Yang, of South Korea, walks past the leader board during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament Wednesday. At Augusta, the scoreboards are part of the simplicity, and the beauty, of a world without cell phones.
Amateur Gunn Yang, of South Korea, walks past the leader board during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament Wednesday. At Augusta, the scoreboards are part of the simplicity, and the beauty, of a world without cell phones. Charlie Riedel AP
Amateur Gunn Yang, of South Korea, walks past the leader board during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament Wednesday. At Augusta, the scoreboards are part of the simplicity, and the beauty, of a world without cell phones. Charlie Riedel AP

At Masters, beauty in simplicity – and blissful ban on cell phones

April 08, 2015 06:54 PM

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