The Masters Snapchat filter is pretty neat
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The Masters Snapchat filter is pretty neat


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If you're a golf fan on Snapchat, then you can combine your enjoyment of the Masters with your enjoyment of Snapchat filters and share a few snaps using the Masters Snapchat filter.

The Masters Snapchat filter puts a Masters visor on your head along with a pair of sunglasses which reflect the Hogan Bridge which leads from the teeing ground to the green on the par-3 12th hole at Augusta National Golf Club. If you choose to record your snap as a video instead of a picture, then Dave Loggins' "Augusta" (the Masters theme song) plays in the background as you magically swing a golf club in footage.



You don't need to be in a specific area or geo-fence to use the filter; it's open to any Snapchat user. Just touch and press on your face before you take a snap, swipe once to the Masters filter, then have fun.

 


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