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(And Check Out the Best of Augusta Golf) By Ken Mink Editor AUGUSTA, Ga. – This city, widely known for The Masters golf tournament held here each April, is also famous for its rich history, not the least of which is the magnificent Partridge Inn. Located just a good par five from the Augusta National, The Partridge Inn is a …