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Masters Golf Tournament
Masters Golf Tournament Tickets

Below is the current Masters Golf Tournament schedule. To buy tickets select the date of the round you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. If you prefer to buy your Masters Golf Tournament tickets by phone, please call 1-800-550-7556.

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The Masters Information

This year Masters seats are the envy of the fans fortunate enough to procure a spot. When you see Augusta National on television, the first thing you notice is the beauty of the golf course. The Masters tournament is held amidst gorgeous spring flowers and emerald green fairways that are breathtaking to behold. I don't suppose it's healthy to be jealous of somebody you don't know, but when it comes to such a great American spectacle, one can be forgiven. The Masters may not provide kick-in-the-gut excitement but is legendary.

Of the major supporting events in America, the Masters has become just about the most difficut tickets to lay hands on. You have to think the wise heads running this legendary four-day extravaganza love it that way. Nothing creates demand like limiting supply to drive the paying customers batty. Word of warning; if you're thinking of attending a Masters, get thee to a ticket broker, pronto or start working the phones in search of these priceless ducats. Waiting lists have been started filled and closed on numerous occasions.

But now that option is off the boards for the Masters. It's doubtful that the great Bobby Jones and pal Clifford Roberts realized the little tournament they dreamed up in 1934 would still be creating such interest over seventy years hence. From that first tournament until the present day, the Masters has provided some of the most memorable moments in sports. First and foremost among them being Gene Sarazen's double eagle at the par five15th. Other less dramatic events have taken their place in lore like Tom Weiskopf's 13 on the 12th hole in 1980 and Roberto DiVicenzo losing a chance at a playoff in 1968 when he signed an incorrect scorecard. Ironically, the card he signed gave him a four on the 17th hole when he actually birdied it. DiVicenzo would later remark, "I am a stupid head" or words to that effect.

If you are lucky enough to visit the Masters, savor every moment and know that you are a member of an exclusive group of sports fans. It remains to be seen what thrills the Masters has in store for golfing fans. As for the rest of us, we'll be watching from the relative calm of our living rooms, wondering what you must be feeling as you walk historic Augusta National.