Approach to planning your trip to the Masters

Philippe here from the On Point Events Team and welcome to another short video with some insights on how to approach planning your trip to the Masters Golf Tournament

Question we get a lot:

What’s the best way of doing the Masters? It Depends!

What do you want to accomplish, whats most important to you, Budget?

Mon – Tues = Practice Rounds (Relaxed (Cameras allowed – Not phones), Multiple shots from same location, generally more economical that Tournament rounds

Wed = Practice round in the morning (Although generally just on driving range) Par 3 Tournament starts at noon (On Par 3 course – relaxed, family of players will caddie, etc. Stat: Nobody has evr won the Par 3 and gone on to win the Green Jacket in the same year). Unique: Main course is not crowded = great opportunity to walk the course “alone”.

Thurs – Fri (Cut after Friday – Only the top 50 players (plus ties) go into weekend. Pro: if there is a specific player you want to see but there is a chance they wont make the cut. Con: Higher priced mainly due to Corporate Demand.

Sat – Sun: Championship weekend….For obvious reasons these rounds are very appealing. Con: No way of following the action on the course (Crowd roaring on 15…etc) They have a few leaderboards sprinkled around the course. Tip: Sat: all day at course. Sun: Get on course early with Masters Chair, Then Hospo, then head out to course in PM, Follow the leaders, sit by 18th.

If you want to learn more about the Masters Tournament and the Travel Experiences we have put together, please feel free to reach out to our team of experts. We are here to help guide you through it and deliver an unforgettable experience for you.

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