You’re invited to the most prestigious event on the golfing calendar
04/08/24 – 04/14/24
The trip on every golf fan’s bucket list, the Masters draws spectators to the picturesque Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia each spring, to see the top players in the world compete for the coveted Green Jacket.
Taking place between April 8th – 14th, the 2024 Masters will mark the 88th time that this iconic competition is played.
Your Masters experience is organized by Premier Golf, leaving you free to concentrate on the experience. To ensure every moment of your vacation is exceptional, our packages include; accommodation, hospitality, transfers, daily breakfast, and on-site representatives, so you can relax and enjoy every minute of your experience.
All 2023 Masters packages include access to Premier Golf Hospitality at the The Manor @ Enterprise Mill. Located in Downtown Augusta’s Historic District, enjoy a relaxed surrounding, food and drinks before, during and after the golf.
The Masters is a golf competition unlike any other and one of the most recognizable sporting occasions in the world. The players who are fortunate enough to be invited to participate play not for money or ranking points, but rather for the honor of a major victory, member status in a very exclusive club, and the opportunity to don the renowned Green Jacket. The tournament is typically played out every April on Alister MacKenzie’s iconic course design.
Bobby Jones co-founded the Masters Tournament which has produced so many iconic moments in golf history, including Jack Nicklaus’ famous comeback in 1986, Sir Nick Faldo overturning Greg Norman’s 6-shot lead heading into the final round to win in 1996, and possibly one of golf’s most famed shots ever, Tiger Woods’ legendary chip-in on the 16th hole in 2005 to win his fourth Masters title.
To set himself apart from his friend and fellow 1930s golfing celebrity, the great Bobby Jones, Robert Trent Jones Sr. used his middle name in part. While Bobby was primarily in charge of the course’s design at Augusta National Golf Club, site of The Masters, Trent was twice invited to Georgia to assist in reshaping some of the course’s most recognizable holes.
The famous Par-3 16th hole was redesigned by Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1947, changing its position and making it one of the most famous short holes in the game, because of the dramatic role it plays each year in The Masters.
The designer was requested to return in 1950 to modify the Par-4 11th since the hole garnered such positive feedback. Snr. contributed significantly to the group of holes that was later known as “Amen Corner” by a Sports Illustrated journalist, just eight years after the 1958 competition, by better utilizing the lake to the left of the fairway.
At Premier Golf, we have been organizing custom golf vacations across the globe since 1988, the Masters being one of our most popular trips. Booking a Masters experience through us will mean you have access to our representatives and their years of knowledge. We will do everything we can to make sure your trip meets the highest standards possible, and will ensure your experience is seamless throughout.
The Masters is an event every golf fan should witness at least once at this iconic venue. Through Premier Golf, your accommodation can be chosen to suit your needs, with organized transfers, gourmet dinner recommendations and hosted events. We can take care of every moment of your trip, so you can completely immerse yourself in this historic golf event.
Thank you for taking care of our Members. The groups said how amazing their Masters trip wound up being. It was a great trip and they were grateful to your team for the hospitality efforts on-site and off-site.
They had one particularly magical moment when a weather delay allowed them to wind up being a few of the only patrons following a featured group.
Loved being at The Masters despite the weather. Hotel in Columbia, SC was nice and I particularly enjoyed meeting international visitors from England, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Ireland and Scotland. I do have one suggestion. Could there be multiple trips from the course to Columbia SC hotel during the day? The Mill was an ok way station, but there were no relaxing couches or easy chairs. Once you got to the golf course you were stuck until late in the day at the Mill even though the weather may have stopped the round at 3 p. m. The food at the Mill was great but it was still difficult sitting around for 5-6 hours to finally get back to the hotel .
If you are to ask anyone to name a famous golf course, no matter if they play or not, undoubtedly the Augusta National will be among the top answers. From the well-manicured scenery to the delicious concessions to the spring fashion that the patrons wear, a visit to the Masters is a must. The city rolls out the red carpet for one week a year and Premier Golf knows how to make your trip top-notch from beginning to end.