Here are some nearby country clubs that offer public greens fees so that you, too can get your swing on during Masters week. All links below will open in a new tab for your browsing convenience.
Pointe South Golf Club in Augusta, GA offers 8 beautiful lakes and plenty of rolling pines to distract your gaze. Pointe South is an excellent place to get your tee on.
Midland Valley Country Club in nearby Aiken, SC is one of the premier golf clubs in the area. Make sure to call ahead to ask about greens fees and tee times.
Goshen Plantation Golf Club is located in Augusta, GA, and has consistently been ranked one of the best public courses in the area. The course has five sets of tees to choose from to suit the unique abilities of each player. In order to get a tee time during masters week, you will need to complete the Masters Week Reservation Form which can be found on their website.
Forest Hills Golf Club is located in Augusta, GA, and offers a pleasant tee-time experience. This is a very popular and beatiful golf club, and can get busy during Masters week. Be sure to set up your tee time with the club by visiting their website.
Try one of these delicious local restaurants to curb your appetite after a long day at the Masters. These restaurants are highly recommended, and are sure to please your entire party.
2856 Washington Road
Augusta, GA 30909
Famous for their tender, juicy steaks, this is the perfect place to relax with a good ol' slab of prime rib after the day's rounds. On top of their dinner menu offerings is a selection of Homegrown Brews that can be enjoyed with any meal. With homebrewed beers and solid cuts of steak, you can't go wrong at T-Bonz.
French Market Cafe:
425 Highland Avenue
Augusta, GA 30909
The French Market Cafe is one of the most famous restaurants in Augusta. This Cajun-style grille always offers some of the tastiest New Orleans style dishes, including crawfish, jambalaya, Creole filet gumbo and Andouille sausage. Come eat in style and elegance at this locally-owned culinary delight!