We typically go to my parents house for all the PGA majors so we can watch them together. Last weekend was no exception with The Masters kicking things of for 2014. I volunteered to bring dessert (as usual) and I was feeling crafty! I really haven't had the time or energy for creativity lately so it was a refreshing change. I decided to use cupcakes to create one of Augusta National's signature holes. Number 12, Golden Bell, is the courses shortest hole, but gives players plenty of guff! Rae's Creek and the Hogan bridge leading to the green are it's visual highlights.
I started by baking 2/3 of a box cake into mini-cupcakes, which yielded 43. I arranged the cupcakes unfrosted into the shape I wanted. Then I drew a diagram to help with assembly, but I forgot to take a picture of it. I separated a small amount of white frosting to be colored yellow and blue, then colored the remainder green. I also made green coconut and sugar using standard food coloring.