Your US Masters 2023 travel experience starts here. The Masters Tournament, colloquially known as the US Masters, is one of the world’s most revered events; captivating fans with breathtaking beauty and traditions. The Masters is a bucket-list event and spectating experience you will cherish for years to come.
If you’ve dreamt of watching The Masters live from Augusta, we can make it happen! We’re currently working on packages for 2023 and hope to make those available to you soon. If you’re interested in coming along, join the waitlist now. By joining, you’ll be notified when packages go on sale and you’ll have the first chance to secure your package to The Masters in 2023.
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We’ve been helping fans travel the world for golf’s biggest events since 1993, including to many Masters Tournaments, Ryder Cups, Presidents Cups and US Opens, plus we’re an Authorised Provider for The Open Championship. We’re confident our expertise and experience will ensure you have an unforgettable 2023 US Masters travel experience. We look forward to welcoming you to Augusta.
The Masters Tournament is the first of the PGA Tour’s four golf majors and is the only major held annually at the same course. The other majors are The Open Championship, the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship. The Masters takes place at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia in the south of the United States.Read moreRead less
The Masters has a unique and prestigious reputation within the sporting world thanks to its strong traditions, incredible setting and deep respect for the game of golf. Augusta National is one of sports most iconic venues and one of the greatest golf courses on the planet. The straw that lines the fairways is imported, bird sounds are played through speakers, flowers are always in peak bloom and no blade of grass is out of place. There is no litter, no advertising, no running, no yelling, no phones and no cameras allowed. Once you enter Augusta National, you’re in a pristine and respectful setting. This is The Masters.
The US Masters is without doubt one of the best sporting experiences you can have, whether you’re a golfer or not. If you haven’t been to America’s ‘south’, Augusta is full of quintessential southern charm. The towns and countryside nearby are beautiful with equestrian heritage, quaint architecture, flavourful food and quality tree-lined golf courses.
If you’ve dreamt of experiencing The Masters, we’d love to help make it happen. As an Expert Provider we’ll have unique and customisable packages and tours coming soon for 2023. Join the waitlist now and be the first to gain access once our packages are live.
Monday and Tuesday: Practice days, gates from 8.00 am
Wednesday: Par-3 Contest, gates from 8.00 am, contest from 12.00 pm
Thursday: Round 1, gates from 8.00 am
Friday: The Cut, gates from 8.00 am
Saturday: Round 3, gates from 8.00 am
Sunday: Final Round, gates from 8.00 am
What makes The Masters Tournament so special is the unique traditions that are strictly upheld. Here are a few highlights:
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Augusta is an eastern city in Georgia, which borders South Carolina, in the south of the United States. The city is located on the banks of the Savannah River and is best known for hosting the Masters each year. It’s also the home of soul singer James Brown. Downtown Augusta today celebrates its colourful past while being proud of its exciting present and oozes southern charm. Augusta National Golf Course is a 10-minute drive from downtown Augusta – a great place to visit if you have a day off. Across the border in South Carolina is the town of Aiken, an equestrian community rich in historic charm and tradition. This picture-perfect town is home to gardens, an iconic roadway of living oak trees, quaint cafes, historic buildings and fabulous golf courses.
Augusta is a great stepping stone to explore the south including the Carolinas, New Orleans and Florida after your US Masters travel experience.
It is springtime in the northern hemisphere in April. Typically during this time in Augusta, the weather is warm and pleasant. You shouldn’t expect too much rain while attending The Masters, just twice since 2010 has rain fallen during the tournament (2013 and 2019). Mornings can be cool and refreshing, so we always recommend packing layers. Highs will sit around 22°C and lows at 16°C; days are likely to be clear and sunny — perfect for travelling, playing and spectating golf.
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Visit Downtown Augusta
The historic city is located on the banks of the Savannah River and is home to museums, shops, cafes and plenty of southern charm
30 minutes from Augusta is the charming equestrian town of Aiken, where visitors can enjoy colonial mansions, leafy parks, elegant shops and a friendly welcoming atmosphere
Drive the Avenue of Oaks
Aiken's famous avenue of living oak trees is known across the world. Some trees date back to 1877 and now offer a sheltered park-like atmosphere that makes the town feel healthy and vibrant
Find John Daly
John Daly is a fixture on the Augusta calendar, parked in his luxurious motorhome outside Hooters selling memorabilia, signing autographs and having fun
Attend the Par-3 Contest
The Masters famous Par-3 contest is held on the Wednesday before play begins on the dedicated Par-3 course. It's a day of fun, laughs, good spirits and is the only day you can take cameras into Augusta National
Travel the south
From Augusta you can explore America's vibrant south including the Carolinas, Florida and New Orleans. The south is defined by its cuisine, landscape, accent, music and history - both beautiful and brutal
Augusta is home to quality golf and not just at Augusta National. Play Aiken Golf Club, Palmetto, Champions Retreat and Forest Hills Golf Club, all within 30 minutes of Augusta