Voyages.golf is leading an escorted tour prior to and after the US Masters in 2020. There are various legs of the journey which you can opt into - Or join us for the Grand Tour & enjoy a multiple-package rebate.
Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail 02-09 April 2020
We start our journey in New Orleans, Louisiana, experiencing the iconic city and playing its top local course before heading east through Alabama and playing some of Robert Trent Jones' best golf courses. There are 6 rounds of golf included over the 7 day period. Daily breakfast and some other meals are included. Guests will enjoy group transportation throughout and a Voyages.golf travel pack.
The Masters in Augusta 09 - 13 April 2020
We will arrive into Augusta on the 9th of April, where we will begin The Masters leg of the journey. Enjoy 4-star accommodation, entry into The Masters on the Friday and Sunday, whilst our group will be playing golf at either the Reserve Club or Palmetto Golf Club on the Saturday & watching the golf unfold afterwards in the clubhouse.
Ojai Extension - 13 - 16 April 2020
After The Masters, our escorted tour will head to Los Angeles and the famed Ojai Valley Inn. Breakfast, and 2 dinners are included, and 2 rounds of golf with shared carts are scheduled over the three days. The 5-star Ojai Valley Inn is a true hidden gem of California's golf resorts. An amazing golf course, complemented with attentive service and pristine surroundings, it is no wonder that it is also the spiritual home of Johnny Cash. 3 Days at Ojai Valley Inn will cleanse the soul and reinvigorate the body.
After a short 3-day sojourn in sunny California, the Voyages.golf tour party will travel to Maui, Hawaii, to begin the tropical golf adventure of a lifetime! Over the course of 16 days, we will visit Wailea Golf Resort, Lanai's Manele Bay (playing the course twice), the Big Island's Hapuna Beach (and obligatory volcano tour), and Oahu's Moana Surfrider hotel. All transport and many meals are included; please refer to the brochure for more detailed information. Spots are limited because we like to keep these tours intimate.
The US Masters returns to Augusta National in 2020, where Tiger Woods is the defending champion and the world will be watching. As passionate golfers, we know how challenging and rewarding golf is and can empathise with the anticipation and pressure that players endure during Masters week when the sleepy town of Augusta is transformed into the epicentre of sport. Augusta National is America’s golfing mecca; a pristine, calm and well-mannered environment that’s both inspiring and sincere. Don’t expect to come into the course with your phone, camera or endure vocal cheering, those unpleasantries are reserved for the other Majors. The camaraderie in Augusta is gentlemanly and chivalrous. The US Masters needs no further explanation. It’s the pinnacle of golf and one of those must-see events. It’s now your turn to experience the magic of Augusta National — trust Voyages.golf to help get you there.
First established: 1934
Course: Augusta National Golf Club
Tours: PGA Tour, European Tour, Japan Golf Tour
Format: Stroke Play
Purse: USD$11 million
Record aggregate: 270 (Tiger Woods, 1997 and Jordan Spieth, 2015)
Current champion: Tiger Woods, USA (2019)
Formerly a plant nursery, the course at Augusta National has each hole named after a tree or shrub. Most spectators will recognise Magnolia and Azalea, plants which are used throughout the course as well as names for buildings, roads and features. The course is incredible for spectators, with wide open fairways, treelined sections, dramatic over-water shots and well-placed grandstands for superb viewing. Across the course, you can place your Masters Chair down and return to it throughout the day. This is a great idea for the Sunday to ensure you secure a great position throughout the day.
First introduced in 1960, it’s held every Wednesday on a purpose built nine-hole course with a par of 27 and 970m in length. There have been 94 holes-in-one with a record of nine in 2016. It’s fantastic day where golfers and celebrities bring their children as caddies to make it a family-friendly atmosphere.