Augusta National Golf Club

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Augusta National Golf Club

Architect: Dr. Alister Mackenzie & Bobby Jones
Year: 1933

2604 Washington Road
Augusta, Georgia 30904
(706) 667-6000

Course Access: Private

driving range available
walking only - caddies available
on-site accommodations


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The most exclusive golf club in America and possibly the world.  The club has been home to The Masters since its inception in 1934 and is the most recognized golf course in the world.  A game at Augusta National Golf Club is the rarest of all rare birds.  Rolling hills, white sand bunkers, lighting fast greens, Amen Corner, tournament history . . . this course has it all and should be treated with the reverence it deserves.

Local Knowledge: Augusta National Golf Club closes each season shortly after The Masters and reopens in the Fall.  It is primarily a winter club and is closed for 4-5 months every year.

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The Itinerant Golfer

Augusta National Golf Club

There are a very, very few golf clubs in America that are so legendary, so special, and are such a rare invite that they are truly a once in a lifetime opportunity. I've been very fortunate to have experienced several clubs of this type over the course of my golfing life. I thought this would be a good place to discuss some of the "Dos and Don'ts" when a once in a lifetime golf experience comes along. DO NOT go into cardiac arrest if you are sitting in your office minding your own business when one of your friends calls and greets you with “Hey, how would you like to visit (insert name of legendary golf club here)? If you have a massive coronary at this point it is almost certain that you will miss out on the golf trip. DO ask your friend “Are you being serious?” at least two, three or maybe even eight times. It’s a good idea to make sure that you are not the victim of a practical joke . . . especially when the invitation comes out of left field and from one of your friends who might be known to enjoy a good prank. DO say “Yes!” Whatever is on your calendar, CLEAR IT. DO try to contain your enthusiasm a little bit. Resist the urge to tell everyone you've ever met, random strangers on the street and the checkout clerk at the grocery store about your upcoming trip. This is a good… More >