Your Tickets at the 2017 Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National

We offer custom packages to any round of the 2017 Masters Golf Tournament including the practice rounds through to the final round. Also available is hospitality at the luxurious Garden City Club.

Whether you would like to walk the course, choose a spot in the grandstands located throughout the course or would like to be able to set up folding chairs in your preferred location for the day, it is completely up to you. Additionally, you can consider hospitality at the Garden City Club. Between visiting Amen Corner and capturing the allure of the azaleas, come relax and enjoy access to VIP Masters hospitality at the Garden City Club. You will be welcomed with helpful staff, upscale food and buffets as well as open bars stocked with premium wine and spirits. Located just a short walk from Augusta National Golf Club, the Garden City Club and its sunny plantation feel creates a unique and relaxing environment to enjoy your exclusive Masters hospitality. The Garden City Club is truly southern hospitality at its finest!

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Course Information at Augusta National Golf Club

Amen Corner
The name Amen Corner refers to hole Nos. 11, 12 and 13. Amen Corner was first coined in a 1958 Sports Illustrated article by Herbert Warren Wind, who wrote that it was composed of the second half of hole No. 11, hole No. 12 and the first half of hole No. 13.

Rae’s Creek
Named after John Rae, who died in 1789, Rae’s Creek runs in front of No. 12 green, has a tributary evident at No. 13 tee, and flows at the back of No. 11 green.

Eisenhower Tree
The Eisenhower Tree was a loblolly pine located on the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Named after then-U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower who unsuccessfully lobbied to have it taken down after it interfered with his golf game. Due to its size, history, and location on a prominent golf course, it is considered iconic of the Augusta golf course and referred to as the most famous tree in golf. Unfortunately in February 2014, the tree was removed after suffering extensive damage during a major ice storm.

Magnolia Lane
The 61 large magnolia trees that line both sides of Magnolia Lane date back to approximately the late 1850’s and were planted as seeds by the Berckmans. In 1947, Magnolia Lane was paved for the first time. It is approximately 330 yards long, extending from the entrance gate to the Clubhouse.

Exclusive Hospitality at the Garden City Club

Between visiting Amen corner and capturing the allure of the azaleas, come relax and enjoy access to Masters VIP hospitality at the Garden City Club. Located just a few steps from the majestic Augusta National, the Garden City Club offers gracious Southern hospitality and a relaxing environment to enjoy during your Masters experience. You will be welcomed with helpful staff, upscale food and open bars stocked with premium wine and spirits, the perfect way to enhance your day at Augusta.

Guests are invited to enjoy all of the Club’s hospitality features before, during and after the day’s round, including:

  • Full American Breakfast Buffet featuring made to order omelets, waffles and a variety of hot and cold entree items
  • Lunch Buffet featuring a variety of hot and cold entrees, salads, soup, sandwich board and desserts
  • Cocktail Hour featuring heavy hot and cold hors d’oeuvres
  • Welcome Reception Desk to assist guests with check-in
  • Private Lockers to check-in cell phones, electrical devices & merchandise/luggage storage facilities
  • Premium Brand Hosted Bar open throughout the day, featuring daily specialty drinks and waitress service
  • Daily Pairing Sheets, a Variety of Daily Newspapers & Publications for the latest tournament highlights
  • Guest Access to telephone, fax machines, copy machines and digital photo printers
  • Private Patios and Verandas
  • Private Meeting Rooms
  • Plasma Screen Television
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Valet Parking

Roadtrips is in no way associated with the Augusta National Golf Club, PGA Tour, European Tour, or the Japan Golf Tour.

Our Reputation

“The two days we spent at the course were terrific.”

Irma and I just wanted to thank you once again for arranging such a wonderful experience. The two days we spent at the course were terrific and everything you said it would be. No doubt we will go again!

Greg Daniels

The Masters

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