Offered here is what is believed to be the first official scorecard produced by Augusta National Golf Club. This 6700 yard ANGC scorecard was in use by the course from 1934 to 1937. And note the 75 cent caddie fee, which went up to $1 just a few years after the course opened.
Interestingly, this scorecard contains handwriting stating "Augusta National Championship, April 1,2,4, 4 1937, Horrible Greens." Those are the dates of the 1937 Masters Tournament - when the tournament was still officially called the Augusta National Invitation Tournament. Therefore, we are fairly certain that this scorecard was used by competitors in that 1937 Masters Tournament.
This used circa 1937 ANGC scorecard is in very good condition, with some trimming to the edges.