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The Masters 2025

Washington Road, Augusta

Event Name The Masters 2025
Date Founded 1934
Venue Augusta National Golf Club
Tournament Address

2604 Washington Rd, Augusta, GA 30904, USA

Event Start Thursday 10 April 2025
End Date Sunday 13 April 2025

Your Augusta Trip Starts Here

Embark on a golf pilgrimage in 2025 to the 90th Masters tournament at Augusta National Golf Club between 7 – 13 April 2025. The Masters is something that every avid golfer needs to experience live at lease once in their life. Get the full experience with a tour host guiding you every step of the way, with accommodations, tickets, tee-times, and transfers organised for you. Beyond he tournament, our curated experiences invite you to experience some of the best local golf courses at Palmetto Golf Club and The Reserve Club, as well as the charming River Walk that meanders along the Savannah River. Customise your Masters travel package to meet your needs, or join our exclusive golf tour. Your travel to The Masters is secure with Voyages.golf. Join us for an unparalleled blend of tradition, golfing exploration and intrigue at the 90th Masters Tournament in 2025, where history is woven and memories are made. Voyages.golf is your official travel provider of Masters Golf Packages – let the journey begin.

 

You can now join our Escorted Tour (see here) including TPC Sawgrass, Harbour Town Golf Links, Palmetto and your Augusta experience all in one.

Why Travel With Voyages.golf?

Augusta Travel Packages

This Travel Package is designed to suit the weekend visitors. 

  • 3 Nights’ Accommodation at Hampton By Hilton, Augusta
    • Check-in Friday
    • Check-out Monday
    • Tickets to Augusta:
      • Saturday
      • Sunday
    • Daily Managers’ Reception at the Hotel
    • Transfers between Hotel, tournament

 

Prices:

  • $ 7,899 per person (double/twin-share)
  • $ 9,699 per person (single occupancy)

Our most popular travel package. Designed for those looking to stay a little longer but with a budget in mind.

  • 5 Nights’ Accommodation at Hampton By Hilton, Augusta
    • Check-in Wednesday
    • Check-out Monday
    • Daily breakfast at your hotel
  • Tickets to Augusta:
    • Friday
    • Sunday
  • Daily Managers’ reception at the Hotel
  • Transfers between Hotel & Tournament

Prices:

  • $ 8,497 per person (double/twin-share)
  • $ 10,789 per person (single occupancy)

Get in on all the action at Augusta with golf included at the best nearby courses.

  • 5 Nights’ Accommodation at Hampton By Hilton, Augusta
    • Check-in Wednesday
    • Check-out Monday
    • Daily breakfast at your hotel
  • Two rounds of golf with shared carts:
    • 1 Round at Palmetto Golf Club, Thursday with Lunch
    • 1 Round at The Reserve Club (Zoeller Course), Saturday with Lunch
  • Tickets to Augusta:
    • Sunday
  • Daily Managers’ Reception at the Hotel
  • Transfers between Hotel, Golf Courses, Tournament

 

Package Prices:

  • $ 7,398 per person (double occupancy)
  • $ 10,398 per person (single occupancy)

 

Optional Friday Extras:

  • Attend Augusta ($ 2,498 including transfers)
  • Play Golf at Forest Hills, Augusta ($350 pp)
    • Includes buggy & lunch

 

 

Event Information

The Masters stands as an invitational golf event, ranking as the third oldest major after The Open Championship in the United Kingdom and the U.S. Open. Held annually at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA, it marks the first major of the year, concluding on the second Sunday in April. While the prize purse amounts to around 15 million, the real distinction lies in the prestigious Green Jacket awarded to the winner. Esteemed past champions include golf luminaries such as Dustin Johnson, Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, Jack Nicklaus, Scottie Scheffler, Hideki Matsuyama, and Sir Nick Faldo.

 

Distinguished by its unique status as the sole invitational Major and the only major consistently played at the same venue each year, The Masters boasts the smallest field among the majors, typically hosting fewer than 100 players, enhancing its revered status. The tournament unfolds across four days, commencing on Thursday and culminating on Sunday, with a cut after 36 holes to narrow down the field. In the event of a tie at the end of the fourth round, a sudden-death playoff ensues, navigating through specific holes announced in 2004, each named after the trees or shrubs from the site’s former plant nursery. The Azalea, in particular, is a plant synonymous with the rich tradition of The Masters.

 
Format
The Masters tournament in golf follows a traditional format that spans four days, typically held from Thursday to Sunday. The Masters is a 72-hole, stroke-play tournament with a field of 90 – 100 golfers. It is an invitational event, but certain criteria applies for one to receive an invite. Here’s an overview of the key aspects of the tournament format:

 

Invitational Nature: The Masters is an invitational event, and participants are typically some of the world’s top-ranked golfers, invited based on their achievements and standings.
Venue: The tournament takes place annually at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, USA. Augusta National is known for its iconic layout and challenging course design.
Schedule: The tournament is scheduled for the second week of April each year, culminating on the second Sunday of the month.
Rounds: The competition consists of four rounds of 18 holes each, making for a total of 72 holes over the four days.
Cut: After the first two rounds (36 holes), there is a cut to reduce the field. Typically, only the top-performing players, often around the top 50 and ties, advance to play the remaining two rounds over the weekend.
Sudden-Death Playoff: In the event of a tie for the lead at the end of the fourth round, a sudden-death playoff is initiated. The playoff traditionally begins on the 18th hole and moves to the adjacent 10th if necessary. This process repeats until a single player emerges as the winner.
Hole Names: Each hole on the Augusta National course is named after a tree or shrub related to the plant nursery that occupied the site before the golf course was established.
Rich Tradition: The Masters is known for its rich traditions, including the awarding of the Green Jacket to the champion, a practice that has become synonymous with success at Augusta National.

Overall, The Masters tournament combines the allure of Augusta National, a challenging competition format, and a sense of golfing history, making it one of the most prestigious events in the sport.

The Golf You'll Play

Palmetto Golf Club
Founded in 1892, Palmetto Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in the United States. The greens are as fast as Augusta, and we believe the playing experience here feels as close to Augusta as you'll get.
The Reserve Club at Woodside
The Reserve Club is a private club designed by Greg Norman. It opened in 2002 and has since become a staple for our golf trips. The overall club experience is phenomenal and a you'll notice the extra effort staff go to for your visit.
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Frequently Asked Questions

The timing of the Masters Tournament can vary slightly from year to year, but it generally takes place in the early weeks of April. The tournament is known for its traditional scheduling, often being the first major championship of the golf season.

What dates is the Masters 2024?

The 2024 Masters Tournament will be played from Monday, 8 April 2024 to Sunday, 14 April 2024.

Practice days:

  • Mon, 8 Apr
  • Tue, 9 Apr

Par-3 Contest:

  • Wed, 10 Apr

Tournament days:

  • Thu, 11 Apr
  • Fri, 12 Apr
  • Sat, 13 Apr
  • Sun, 14 Apr

The Masters Tournament, one of the four major championships in professional golf, was founded by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts. The inaugural Masters took place in 1934 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, USA.

Obtaining tickets to The Masters, one of the most prestigious golf tournaments held at Augusta National Golf Club, can be a unique process. Please note, there are limited tickets available through the lottery. Most tickets become available through resellers and operators who attain their tickets from patrons who receive face-value tickets each year. Verifying your tickets can be a difficult process so please exercise caution if dealing with a 'friend' who says they can get tickets, or an unrecognised operator. Here are the steps to consider if you want to attend. 

 

 

1. Visit the Official Masters Website: Check the official Masters Tournament website (https://www.masters.com/) for the most up-to-date information on ticket sales, policies, and procedures.

 

2.  Explore Ticket Options: The Masters offers various ticket options, including Practice Round tickets and Tournament tickets. Practice Round tickets are usually available for the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday leading up to the tournament, while Tournament tickets are for the actual competition days (Thursday to Sunday).

 

3. Check for Ticket Lotteries: The Masters uses a lottery system for ticket sales. Keep an eye on the official website for announcements regarding the opening of the ticket application process. The lottery system allows you to enter for a chance to purchase tickets.

 

4. Apply for the Lottery: You can apply for tickets at www.masters.com, and follow the instructions on the website to apply. This may include providing payment information even before knowing if you've won the chance to purchase tickets.

 

5. Contact a Golf Operator: If you're unable to secure tickets through the official channels, you can explore reputable secondary ticket markets. Keep in mind that prices on secondary markets can be higher than face value.

 

6. Beware of Scams: Due to the high demand for Masters tickets, be cautious of scams and 'friends of friends' who claim to be able to access tickets. Stick well-known operators to ensure the authenticity of your tickets. Here at Voyages.golf, we've been taking clients to The Masters for decades.

 

Our Masters packages, escorted tours including Masters tickets, usually go on sale 12 months prior to the Masters event. Sign up to our mailing list for first-access to the world's biggest golf events.

There are two places we recommend you stay during your visit to The Masters. The tournament is held on Washington Road. About 1 mile to the west is a small cluster of accommodation including The Quality Inn & Suites, Staybridge Suites, Country Inn & Suites, and Wingate Augusta Hotels. These are the closest to the tournament. If you stay at these hotels, you can walk to the Golf Club.

 

If you want to stay in the main town, it takes a little longer to get to the tournament but it is only 5 miles east of Augusta, along Washington Road. The best hotels to stay at include the Marriott Augusta Convention Centre, The Partridge Inn and the Holiday Inn. There are more restaurants available, but it is further from the tournament, and transfers are required.

If you are visiting The Masters and staying 1 mile west of The Golf Club, there are a couple of great options to eat. See your options below:

  • The Bonefish Grill
  • Outback Steakhouse
  • T-Bonz Steakhouse
  • Red Lobster
  • Texas Roadhouse
  • Carrabbas Italian

 

If you are staying in the main Augusta Town, we recommend the following restaurants:

  • Beamies at The River
  • Sole Augusta
  • Augustino's Italian
  • Farmhaus Burger
  • Laziza's Mediterranean
  • El Presidente Mexican Restaurant

Due to the unregulated ticket market, securing tickets through the lottery is extremely difficult and that makes the scarcity of patron's tickets something to be wary of due to the high amount of scams. Adding to the issue is limited accommodation Augusta which is a small town. We don't recommend organizing your own Masters trip due to these reasons. It is always best to seek your hotel and ticket package from an operator like Voyages.golf. It is much easier for you that way, because you don't have to worry about scams, and everything is arranged for you including transfers, play-golf experiences and we'll even make dinner reservations for the group.

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