The Masters Shares A 43-Minute Naturescape Video And It May Be The Most Peaceful Piece Of Content Ever Put On The Internet

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Hats off to Augusta National and the Masters for doing their very best to fill the void of a Masters-less April.

CBS and ESPN re-aired historic final rounds last week, the Masters posted some great behind the scenes content on social media and now they’ve released a naturescape video that will transport you directly to the storied grounds.

It’s a 43-minute long video that features nothing but noticeable spots around the golf course filled only with the sounds of the wind sweeping through the pines and birds chirping. If you’re thinking a 43-minute, nearly silent video isn’t worth your time, think again, because it totally is.

Seeing – and hearing – Augusta National without any patrons is always special. In the past all we’ve really been able to see are photos, but now this video literally gives you the perspective of the course from some really unique and special spots.

Not only is this the ultimate golf video for golf nerds like myself and lovers of the Masters, it also serves as a great break from the chaos for everyone right now.

You may get a weird look from anyone else in your house if they catch you watching the video with a cold one in one hand and a pimento cheese sandwich in the other, but you do you.