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You Could Experience The Masters in 2020

By: Golfshake Editor | Wed 26 Feb 2020 | Comments

Walking around the iconic serenity of Augusta National and sampling the unique atmosphere of the Masters Tournament is something that most golfers would place highly on their proverbial bucket lists, but with this year's event only a matter of weeks away, you could be forgiven into thinking that this lifetime experience may have to wait another 12 months. 

However, Golfbreaks.com still has an appealing series of flight-inclusive packages available for April, where you can see Tiger Woods defend the title after his extraordinary, historic triumph in 2019. If seeing Amen Corner with your own eyes is a dream, then it's something that you can make a reality.

Ranging from 1 Day Practice Round Packages to The Full Tournament Experience, there are options for everyone, depending on your schedule and budget. For those who would like to tick off a bit of US golf during your time, the likes of Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head and Kiawah Island are within easy reach, providing a great way to extend the holiday beyond the Masters.

Masters Packages

  • Practice Round - From £2,999
  • Par 3 Contest & Practice Round - £3,899
  • Sunday at The Masters - From £4,199
  • Wednesday & Friday Experience - From £6,799
  • Weekend at The Masters - From £6,799
  • The Full Tournament Experience - From £11,999

You may have expectations for what attending the Masters could be like, but here are some quotes from Golfbreaks.com customers who grasped the opportunity to visit Augusta last time.

Paul Cross said: "What can you say! Just to see Augusta in person is staggering, you have to be here to physically see how impressive it is. This was an absolute bucket list trip for me and the whole setup has been entirely seamless and helped make a dream a reality."

Likewise, Paul Spencer won't forget his trip in a hurry: "I’ve never experienced anything like The Masters before. The closest comparison I’ve got is what Disneyland must be like for my kids. The whole week was truly magical and something I’ll always remember."

Accommodation options include Augusta Private Condos - Golfbreaks Village, within an easy drive of Augusta National, and providing the chance to enjoy a sociable atmosphere with other Golfbreaks.com customers. hotels in downtown Columbia, hotels within Augusta itself, and private residences in the city in Georgia.

Golfbreaks has a dedicated Masters team to help you create the perfect experience, so it's worth having a conversation if you are interested.

Naturally, 2020 might come at a little short notice, but there is a lot to be conscious about - start planning - for next year.

The Masters is a transcendent event that stands as one of the most iconic in sport, with a venue that golf fans know by heart. Rather the seeing it through the lenses of your television screen, consuming those images by your own eyes is a chance you won't regret taking.

For more information, visit https://www.golfbreaks.com/the-masters.

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