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Useful tips about The Masters

We get many questions from clients about the “ground rules” for The Masters. Here are some answers along with some recommended vantage points for viewing the golf

 

Attire

Appropriate clothing/shoes should be worn at all times.  Please note: golf shoes with metal spikes will not be permitted

Cell Phones, Electronic Devices, Cameras

Cell phones, cellular capable devices, beepers, electronic devices, and tables are strictly prohibited on the grounds at ALL times.

Cameras are strictly prohibited on tournament days.  Violation of these policies will subject the ticket holder to removal from the grounds and the ticket purchaser to the permanent loss of credentials(s).

Backpacks, Bags, and Purses

No backpacks, bags, or purses larger than 10” x 10” x 12” (in it’s natural state) will be allowed on the grounds.  Please be reminded that all items are subject to search.

Chair Policy

Only one chair/seat will be allowed per person.  Armchairs and rigid type chairs are prohibited.  Any chair on the property when the gates are closed or 30 minutes after play will be considered an abandoned item.

Other Prohibited Items

  • Any device capable of transmitting video
  • Weapons of any kind (regardless of permit)
  • Radios/TVs/Noise or music producing devices/Two way or other talk radios
  • Folding armchairs/Rigid type chairs
  • Flags/Banners/Signs
  • Strollers
  • Food/Beverages/Coolers
  • Ladders/Periscopes/Selfie sticks

Traffic Information (do you think we need this?)

Tournament information will be broadcast in the Augusta community of WGAC 580AM / 95.1FM.

Best Spots Where to Watch The Masters

Hole 4: Spectators can view action on two holes while behind the No. 4 tee. There are views of the approach to the No. 3 green and the tee shot on the par-3 No. 4.

Hole 7: Behind the green, spectators can see down the No. 2 and No. 3 fairways, the No. 7 green, the No. 8 tee and the No. 17 fairway.

Hole 12: In the heart of Amen Corner, spectators behind the tee can see the approach shots to No. 11, the entire 12th hole, and tee shots and second shots on the par-5 No. 13.

Hole 16: A new viewing area (above) was created here thanks to a storm in July 2006 that took down several trees. The natural seating area allows patrons to see the green at Nos. 6, 15 and 16 and the tee shot at No. 17.

Hole 18: If you get a spot early behind the No. 18 green, you can see approach shots to the final green and have a view of several other holes.

Practice Facility: You can watch as golfers prepare for their round.

For further information please email our golf directors Carlos or Michael at golf@macsportstravel.com or call 888-862-7668

Mac Sports Travel golf packages can be found at http://www.macsportstravel.com/golf/the-masters/

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