April 8 – 14, 2024
Known for being dedicated to tradition, The Masters in Augusta, is known as one of the top bucket list golf events to attend. Rich in southern hospitality, Georgians open their arms to the only major golf championship that is held annually in the same location. Each year, the top golf players in the world are invited to participate in this iconic tournament for the privilege of winning the first Major of the year.
VIP airport meet and greet service and baggage handling
Standard/deluxe hotel accommodations in Augusta, GA or upgrade to a fully catered private luxury home
Includes breakfast and lunch, hors d’oeuvres throughout the day, luncheon and evening cocktail parties, live entertainment, and more!
Daily Breakfast at your Hotel or Private Accommodation
Secure and direct round-trip private ground transportation to your hotel or private luxury home
Reserved tee times at one or more private golf clubs in Augusta or surrounding areas
Enjoy all the action from your official tournament chair
Access to On Point on-site hospitality staff & concierge services throughout your stay
Watch the action close up & in person – The topography of the course is breathtaking and anyone who has walked the grounds usually has their own “go-to” spots for taking in all the action. Here are a couple of our favorites:
Sit behind the tee and see the approach shots to No. 11, the entire 12th hole, and tee shots and second shots on the par-5 No. 13.
This is one of the best spots to witness a variety of holes and shots:
The Masters is the one of the four major golf championships steeped in history and tradition, and held annually in Augusta, Georgia. Investment banker Clifford Roberts and amateur champion Bobby Jones founded the tournament in 1934, transforming a former plant nursery into the an iconic golf course with the help of architect Alister Mackenzie. With an exclusive invitation-only field of the world’s top players, The Masters is a prestigious event on the PGA Tour, Japan Golf Tour, and the European Tour.
After his retirement, amateur golfer Bobby Jones had the idea to build his own Golf Club in Georgia. With the help of his friend, Clifford Roberts, and course designer Alister MacKenzie, they began work on the golf course in 1931 and completed it two years later. Sadly, Mackenzie passed away before the first Tournament, however the Golf Club stands today as a testament to their hard work. Located in the second largest city in Georgia, near the South Carolina border, Augusta is home to several must-see attractions such as the Augusta Museum of History, Augusta Riverwalk, Morris Museum of Art and the boyhood home of President Wilson.
During the tournament week the citizens of Augusta open their doors to eager fans. This tradition began with players being hosted in private homes and from there, homeowners allowed fans the same southern hospitality. Private housing is a vital part of a memorable tournament experience. Enjoy the comfort of private housing in prestigious neighborhoods within Augusta such as West Lake, The Hill, Summerville, and other significant neighborhoods.
A cozy and convenient property located centrally in downtown Augusta. The recent renovation updated all common spaces to showcase vibrant and modern design. They are accessible for older individuals with changing abilities to ensure a seamless experience. This property offers thoughtful amenities like a complimentary shuttle to the airport or local attractions within a three mile radius and delicious hot breakfast every morning. Parking is also available, free of charge.
A perfect accommodation for The Masters, the Hyatt Place Augusta offers 115 spacious luxury rooms and suites, conveniently situated just off of Interstate 20 at exit 195 Wheeler Road. The Hyatt Place Augusta features a phenomenal stay experience with stunning cathedral ceilings in the gallery area, scenic views from the patio, ample complimentary parking, and elegant modern accommodations, infused with artistic touches from around Augusta.
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Designed by Philippe Starck, this luxe hotel is a short walk from the Arc de Triomphe and the Musée du Louvre. Polished, art-filled rooms feature flat-screen TVs, minibars and acoustic guitars; Other amenities include a Clarins spa with an infinity pool, plus a cinema, an art gallery and a dining terrace.
Off the Boulevard Périphérique ring road in the Monceau district of Paris, this refined hotel is a 2-minute walk from Square du Cardinal Petit de Julleville and 4 km from the Eiffel Tower. Sleek rooms and suites come with pillow-top mattresses, Nespresso machines and minibars, as well as iPod docks, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.
Bask in the lavish lifestyle of our boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Paris. The hotel is just a few steps away from the vast assortment of world-class boutiques in the shopping district and only one block from Place Vendome. Also within a short distance from the Louvre Museum, the Opera Garnier and the Tuileries Garden.
The hotel opened during the reign of Napoleon III, is located in the very heart of the city: across the street from the Opéra Garnier, close to some of the best-known Parisian attractions, world-famous department stores and the wonderful Place Vendôme. The hotel contains 470 rooms, all richly decorated in the colours of the Opéra, and a warmly illuminated haven of peace and serenity in the bustle of Parisian life.
An art-deco landmark built in 1928, Four Seasons Hotel George V is nestled in the Golden Triangle of Paris, just off the historic Champs-Elysees. Oversized suites with Eiffel Tower views welcome you after a day of wandering the quaint, Parisian streets, and our three restaurants – with five Michelin stars among them – are home to some of the best food in France. A decadent new spa, an elegant swimming pool and a courtyard for whiling away the afternoons with a glass of wine from our cellar are just some of the pleasures unique to our historic destination.