THE MASTERS GOLF TOURNAMENT INFO:
First year played: 1934
Location: Augusta, Georgia
Course: Augusta National Golf Club
Most wins The Masters: 6 - Jack Nicklaus
Youngest Masters winner: Tigers Woods at 21
Oldest Masters winner: Jack Nicklaus at 46
Widest Margin of Victory: Tiger Woods won by 12 strokes in 1997
The Masters golf tournmanent has tickets available for all practice round days (Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday). Wednesday at the Masters it the famous "Par 3 Tournament". The regular tournament passes are called badges. A Masters Badge is good for all four days of the tournament. Although you may buy individual days (single day badge).
Competitive rounds for the Masters are some of the most intense in professional golf. There are four days of competitive play at the lush Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Tournament rounds are Thursday - Sunday. In order to gain entry to Augusta National Golf Club on competitive days, you will need a "badge." A badge is a reusable entry pass, and is clipped to you each day. If you only purchase a one-day badge, you must return it at the end of the day. No cameras are allowed on competitive round days.
The Masters is one of professional golf's four major championships, and it is often regarded as the most prestigious. It is the first major championship played each year. For more information on our rain-out policy for Masters badges, please visit our rain-out policy page. To view our Masters event guide for more information about badge pick-up and return, you can visit our event guide page.
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The Masters Practice Round is an excellent time to see the pros up close and in person. There are several days of practice rounds, and each are meant to give players the opportunity to warm up to the tough holes at Augusta National Golf Club. Practice round passes are different from badges because there is a specific badge for each day. Practice rounds are Monday - Wednesday. Cameras and beer are permitted on the course during practice rounds. On Wednesday, there is a semi-social Par 3 contest played before the first day of competitive play.
The atmosphere at the practice rounds is relaxed and jovial, as the players warm up and get ready for the big competition. Prices on practice round tickets tend to be a few hundred dollars, while badges for tournament days are often much higher, so make sure to take advantage of the price if you are on a budget and still would like to take part in the experience. To view a schedule for this year's tournament, view our schedule page. Make sure not to miss the excitement and anticipation of the Masters, so order your Masters Practice Round Tickets today!
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