Augusta, GA, April 6th–12th, 2020
It’s the most exclusive ticket in the sporting world. Golf aficionados around the world fly in for perhaps the most sought-after tournament in golf—that’s how special it is. For the true golf fan, there’s nothing better than a trip to The Masters. Every year, the historic Masters Golf Tournament is played in Augusta, Georgia at the exclusive Augusta National Golf Club.
TripNerd offers several Masters packages to fit budgets of all sizes so that you can experience this amazing event for yourself. With accommodation, transportation and hospitality options, there is something for everyone. We can customize any golf package to fit your needs.
TripNerd Masters Packages include tickets, badges and everything your party needs to experience Augusta like a boss. Contact us to find out about packages or to find out how TripNerd can customize the perfect golf fan experience for your group.
Private, executive home in a gated subdivision, and fully stocked with great food and drinks.
Private home is fully stocked with food and drink. Hospitality house access and parking within gated subdivision. Includes 24-Hour TripNerd Concierge Service.
VIP Shuttle to and from Augusta National Golf Club. Transfers to and from Augusta airport.
Looking to provide a service to golf by hosting a tournament, Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts decided to hold an annual event beginning in 1934. The final decision was made at a meeting in New York at the office of Club member W. Alton Jones. Roberts proposed the event be called the Masters Tournament, but Bobby Jones objected thinking it too presumptuous. The name Augusta National Invitation Tournament was adopted and the title was used for five years until 1939, when Jones relented and the name was officially changed. The first Tournament was held March 22, 1934, and beginning in 1940, the Masters was scheduled each year during the first full week in April.
Upon his retirement from championship golf in 1930, Bobby Jones had hoped to realize his dream of building a golf course. Following a brief conversation with Clifford Roberts, with whom Jones had met several times during the mid-1920s, it was decided the Club would be built near Augusta, Georgia, provided a suitable piece of ground was available. Thomas Barrett, Jr., a mutual friend of Jones and Roberts, was consulted and recommended a 365-acre property called Fruitland Nurseries. An option was taken on the property for $70,000. It was decided to establish a national membership for the Club, and Jones proposed Augusta National would be an appropriate name. Construction on the new course began in the first half of 1931 and the course opened in December 1932 with a limited amount of member play. Formal opening took place in January 1933.