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US Masters (6th - 13th April 2015)

US Masters 2015 Packages

For US Masters holidays, US Masters tickets and US Masters hospitality packages, Your Golf Travel.com offers a variety of options to ensure that your US Masters experience is unforgettable.

The Masters Tournament, commonly referred to as The Masters or The US Masters, is one of four major championships in men's professional golf and is the first to occur every year. The final round of the Masters each year is scheduled for the second Sunday in April. Unlike the other major championships, the Masters is held at the same location every year - Augusta National Golf Club, a private golf club estate in Augusta, Georgia, USA.

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US Masters Packages

Augusta Georgia

Augusta Marriott
Practice Rounds & Par 3

From £3729

Downtown Augusta (5th - 9th April)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + transfers
- 4 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
- Masters Tickets

Augusta Georgia

Augusta Marriott
Weekend Package

From £4195

Downtown Augusta (10th - 13th April)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + transfers
- 3 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
- Masters Tickets

Augusta Georgia

Augusta Marriott
Championship Package

From £6499

Downtown Augusta (8th - 13th April)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + transfers
- 5 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
- Masters Tickets

Augusta Georgia

Sheraton Augusta
Championship Package

From £6825

Downtown Augusta (8th - 13th April)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + transfers
- 5 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
- Masters Tickets

Augusta Georgia

Hampton Inn Augusta
Championship Package

From £6599

Augusta (8th - 13th April)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + transfers
- 5 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
- Masters Tickets

Augusta National

Augusta Private Housing
Championship Package

From £6929

Augusta (8th - 13th April)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + transfers
- 5 Nights Accommodation
- Masters Tickets
- Hospitality

The River Club

Augusta Private Housing
Weekend Package

From £4195

Augusta (9th - 13th)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + transfers
- 4 Nights Room only accommodation
- 1 round at The River Club
- Masters Tickets

Marriott Columbia

Marriott Columbia

From £2295

Columbia (9th - 13th April)

- Return Flights to Charlotte + car hire
- 4 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
- 2 Rounds of Golf
- Masters Tickets

Woodlands Country Club

Doubletree by Hilton
Week Package

From £3195

Columbia (6th - 13th April)

- Return Flights to Charlotte + car hire
- 7 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
- 4 Rounds of golf
- Masters Tickets

Reynolds Plantation

Ritz Carlton Reynolds Plantation

From £3799

Georgia (8th - 13th April)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + car hire
- 5 Nights at Ritz Carlton Lodge
- 2 Rounds of Golf
- Masters Ticket (Sun)

Reynolds Plantation

Ritz Carlton Reynolds Plantation

From £4749

Georgia (10th - 17th April)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + car hire
- 3 Nights at Marriott Augusta
- 4 Nights at Ritz Carlton
- 3 Rounds of Golf
- Masters Tickets

Cuscowilla

Lake Oconee Packages

From £4195

Georgia (10th - 17th)

- Return Flights to Atlanta + car hire
- 3 Nights at Marriott Augusta
- 4 Nights at Cuscowilla Cottage
- 2 x Cuscowilla, 1 x Harbour Club
- Masters Tickets

Kiawah Island

Columbia and Kiawah Island

From £2999

Kiawah Island (9th - 16th April)

- Return Flights to Charlotte
- Car Hire
- 4 Nights at Doubletree by Hilton
- 3 Nights at Kiawah Island Villas
- 5 Rounds of Golf
- Masters Tickets

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Masters Reviews

Reviews from some golfers who have travelled to The Masters with us previously. Joining the thousands who have travelled with Your Golf Travel to visit Augusta National, Georgia.

5 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Paul

Reviewed in April 2013
5 5
A once in a lifetime experience, from start to finish it exceeded expectation and something I'd recommend all golfers went and experienced.

The accommodation was great and easy to explore downtown Augusta.

Michael

Reviewed in April 2013
5 5
Best golfing experience ever. I've been to the Super Bowl, Monaco Grand Prix and Wimbledon and this was a really amazing thing to do. Whilst I would've like Angel to win, Adam was a worthy inner and look forward to returning next year to watch him defend the Green Jacket.

James

Reviewed in April 2013
5 5
This was a birthday present I'll never forget. Having been an avid watcher of The Masters for my adult life I had high hopes for venturing onto the hallowed turf at Augusta National. Very simply it was everything I'd exepected and more. If only I got presents like this every year!

Roger

Reviewed in April 2013
5 5
My son and I had a simply fantastic trip to watch The Masters. It is a wonderful place to watch golf with small and polite patrons following the world's top players. Our trip was made all the more special by adding on a few days at Kiawah Island, a great resort which we very much enjoyed.

Masters Articles

The latest in news, articles and information about The Masters. Tournament stats, insights and what to do in Augusta.

Live at The Masters - the real winners of Masters week

What. A. Week.
They hit countless balls on the range, putted and chipped from every conceivable angle on Augusta's glass-like greens...

Live at The Masters - Patrons come to life on Day Six

"Get in the hole"
No running while on the grounds, no mobile phones or cameras, and certainly no unwarranted yelling from behind the ropes...

Live at The Masters - Bubba stars on Friday

Bubba sets Augusta alight
It was Bubba Watson who set Augusta alight with five straight birdies on the back nine to take the clubhouse lead at seven-under.

Live at The Masters - Thursday Roundup From Augusta

Augusta National won today
"I think Augusta National was the winner today," mused Colin Montgomerie after Thursday's testing opening round of the Masters.


About the US Masters

Year after year The Masters provides golf fans with the most exciting final day finishes on the golfing calendar, and 2013 was no exception, with plenty of talking points and amazing highlights coming from a week on the fine fairways of Augusta National.

As always, Tiger Woods made the headlines; this time courtesy of a bad break on the par 5 15th and the ensuing rules debate; the world was treated to a simply stunning performance from 14 year old Tianlang Guan, who defied his age – and a harsh slow play penalty – to make history as the youngest ever player to make the cut at The Masters, and yet another nerve-jangling, sudden death playoff was required to decide the winner.

As usual over the back nine at Augusta, there were plenty of players in the mix, making their moves and then falling back out of contention. One minute Jason Day looked a dead cert to claim the Green Jacket. The next, Adam Scott looked to have sewn things up with a dramatic last hole birdie and before you knew it Angel Cabrera had hit the shot of his life to force a playoff. Cue a few more close misses in the ensuing two holes before Scott finally hit the nail into the Argentine's coffin with a birdie on the second playoff hole to secure his, and Australia's, first Masters title.

The Masters, it seems, never fails to deliver and in all likelihood will be the tournament to watch in 2014.

The US Masters 2014 will take place in the second week of April. The first practice round will take place on Monday the 8th of April 2014 with the champion being crowned on the evening of Sunday the 14th of April 2014 when we will hopefully have witnessed something along the lines of this year's tournament at the finest golfing arena in the game; Augusta National.

The Masters was started by Clifford Roberts and Bobby Jones, who designed Augusta National with legendary course architect Alister MacKenzie, but at first one of the world's most famous and beautiful golf courses was nothing more than 365 acres of simple farming land. Due to the foresight of Bob Jones and Clifford Roberts, Fruitlands Nurseries purchased the land for $70,000 in 1931 and it is now home to the revered Augusta National Golf Course.

After the course was completed, its creators came up with the idea of organizing an annual tournament drawing all the best players from across the world. For the first five years of the tournament, it was called the Augusta National International Tournament but in 1939, its name changed to The Masters.

In line with the other majors, winning the Masters gives a golfer several privileges which make his career more secure. Masters champions are automatically invited to play in the other three majors (the U.S. Open, The Open Championship, and the PGA Championship) for the next five years, and earn a lifetime invitation to the Masters. They also receive membership on the PGA Tour for the following five seasons and invitations to The Players Championship for five years. In 2006 the prize fund was US$7 million.

European players collected eleven victories in twenty years in the 1980s and 1990s, by far the strongest streak they have had in any of the three majors played in the United States since the early days of the U.S Open. Jack Nicklaus became the oldest player to win the Masters in 1986 when he won for the sixth time at age 46. In 1997, headlines were made around the world when Tiger Woods won the Masters by twelve shots at age twenty-one. Jose Maria Olazabal was the last European to win the Masters in 1999.

Like many other courses, Augusta National's championship set-up has been lengthened in recent years. In 1998, it measured approximately 6,925 yards from the Masters tees but in 2006 it was almost 500 yards longer at 7,445 yards. As well as the course being extended, the teeing positions have been altered. Some experts predict that Augusta may now play as many as three shots more following the changes, which would be approved by Jones and Roberts, whose vision was to challenge the best players in the game of golf.


US Masters Dates 2015

Typically the Masters falls on the second week of April each year. This often falls into Easter, in 2015 it is the week after so those travelling to the event will be able to enjoy golf's premier event outside of the holidays. For those seeking to know what time the gates open and when is best to arrive, we've put all the timings below. We recommend that anyone travelling by car into Augusta arrives well before the opening times as parking and traffic can be very busy on tournament days.

Please note the times given are a guide, they are likely to change prior / during the event


Practice Day - exact tee-times of those playing are released on the day
Gates Open:
Mon, 04/06/2015 at 8:00 a.m.
Gates Close (approximately):
Mon, 04/06/2015 6:00 p.m.
Augusta, Georgia
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Practice Day - exact tee-times of those playing are released on the day
Gates Open:
Tue, 04/07/2015 at 8:00 a.m.
Gates Close (approximately):
Tue, 04/07/2015 6:00 p.m.
Augusta, Georgia
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Practice Day & 9-hole Par-3 Tournament featuring past Masters Champions
Gates Open:
Wed, 04/08/2015 at 8:00 a.m.
Gates Close (approximately):
Wed, 04/08/2015 6:00 p.m.
Augusta, Georgia
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Opening round of the Masters at Augusta National - tee-times released the week of the event
Gates Open:
Thu, 04/09/2015 at 8:00 a.m.
Gates Close (approximately):
Thu, 04/09/2015 6:00 p.m.
Augusta, Georgia
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Second round of the Masters at Augusta National - same pairings as Thursday
Gates Open:
Fri, 04/10/2015 at 8:00 a.m.
Gates Close (approximately):
Fri, 04/10/2015 6:00 p.m.
Augusta, Georgia
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Third round of the Masters at Augusta National - cut is made after two rounds
Gates Open:
Sat, 04/11/2015 at 8:00 a.m.
Gates Close (approximately):
Sat, 04/11/2015 6:00 p.m.
Augusta, Georgia
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Final round of the Masters at Augusta National - Green Jacket ceremony follows after play
Gates Open:
Sun, 04/12/2015 at 8:00 a.m.
Gates Close (approximately):
Sun, 04/12/2015 6:00 p.m.
Augusta, Georgia
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