The first major championship of the year, held annually at Augusta National during the first full week in April. A tournament steeped in traditions, it is surely every golfers dream to visit Augusta to watch The Masters tournament.
• Masters Tickets
• On and Offsite Hospitality
• Local Golf Courses
• Private Housing
• All Transfers
• Ultra VIP Experiences
• Past Champions and Current Tournament Players
We aim to provide our guests with the perfect US Masters experience, something only you can dictate. Contact us to arrange a consultation with a dedicated Masters expert, from there we can build you the perfect Masters vacation. When the time finally arrives to make the trip to Augusta National there will be golf travel experts on the ground to help you get the most out of your Masters experience. These representatives know everything there is to know about Masters Week and the surrounding areas of Augusta. Expect the best restaurant and bar recommendations, merchandise tips, advice with spectator spots, accommodation, parking, hospitality etc; their knowledge is truly extensive.
Example Masters Packages
The Green Jacket -
This famous tradition of winning a green jacket began in 1949, with Sam Snead being the first Masters Champion to receive a green jacket. The jackets are what the members of Augusta National wear when at the club; by winning The Masters you are invited by the club to become an honorary member hence why the winner is presented with a green jacket.
Par 3 Contest-
As well as being the first player to win a green jacket, in 1960 Sam Snead became the first player to win the crystal bowl awarded for winning The Masters Par 3 competition. This informal tournament is played over 9 holes and allows for family members and friends to caddy, making it a crowd favourite. There have been 94 holes in one throughout the history of the contest. In 2016 a record 9 holes in one were made, but more impressively in 2015 Camilo Villegas made 2 holes in one in the same round. No one has ever won the par 3 contest and the green jacket in the same year.
Opening Tee Shot-
It has become customary for a past champion or legend of the game to start The Masters Tournament off with an opening tee shot. Legends to have had this honour include-
During the years 1977-1980 and 2003-2006 no ceremonial opening tee shots were hit, making the honour of being invited to do so that little more special.
Held each year on the Tuesday preceding the tournament, the previous years Masters champion hosts a dinner at Augusta for all the other past champions and a few lucky Augista National members (as if they weren’t lucky enough already?!). As the evenings host they get to choose the menu for dinner. Put it this way, the chefs and kitchen staff at Augusta must be extremely talented, as over the years they’ve had the task of preparing a wide range of international cuisines such as Haggis (Choice of Sandy Lyle), Elk & Wild Boar (Mike Weir), Penang Curry (Vijay Singh) and Bobotie (Trevor Immelman).
Bobby Jones who established The Masters Tournament was probably the greatest amateur champion of all time. Because of this the tournament upholds the tradition of inviting a minimum of 6 amateurs;
US Amateur Champion
US Amateur Runner Up
British Amateur Champion
Asia-Pacific Amateur Champion
Latin America Amateur Champion
US Mid Amateur Champion