You will arrive in Augusta on Monday, where we will escort you to your elegant private home that will serve as your residence during Masters week. We will meet with you that evening and go over the rules of engagement, including the tournament format in which you will be participating. This evening you will also enjoy the final game of NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, and enjoy Pizza and Ben and Jerry’s ice cream.
On Tuesday, the Trust It Masters Invitational begins. Half of you will have time to visit many great sites in the area. The other half of you will attend the practice round at the Augusta National Golf Club where you will watch the world’s best tune-up for the Masters. Then we will flip/flop with the other half in the afternoon. The main purpose of this day is to walk the entire course and get the feel for it's beauty and splendor.
On Wednesday, you will all attend the practice round and legendary Par 3 Tournament. The Par 3 course lies on the eastern portion of the property adjacent to the driving range and 10th hole. This day is truly a celebration of golf as each of the competitors plays 9 holes amongst the magnificent beauty and grandeur that surrounds the little course. Don’t be surprised if you witness a hole-in-one, as we do almost every year. This event has become so wildly popular that it is now televised for those less fortunate souls watching at home.
Thursday, you will witness first-hand the first round of the Masters. Walk the immaculate fairways, take in a $1.50 Pimiento Cheese sandwich, and feel the energy of the world’s greatest golfers all shooting for the most prestigious title in golf.
Friday, you will have you checking-out of your residence and heading back home with a deeper appreciation for this greatest of games that we all so love. We suggest you play golf along the way at one of the fun Georgia courses
*** Sat and Sunday package based on availability.
**** We can accommodate and custom 1 day or more! Just let us know.
Cameras and video equipment are allowed on Tuesday and Wednesday, but are not allowed during the tournament proper.