The year 1958 was eventful at the Masters Tournament.
Two bridges across Rae's Creek were dedicated in honor of Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson. A young pro named Arnold Palmer won the tournament for the first time.
And Amen Corner was born.
Actually, the famous stretch of golf holes — Nos. 11, 12 and 13 at Augusta National Golf Club — had been in existence for 25 years.
But a catchy nickname for the three holes didn't exist until Herbert Warren Wind, the golf writer for Sports Illustrated, came up with the term to describe the action in 1958.