2024 MASTERS Group Corporate Packages


Augusta airport transfers and transfers to Augusta National and golf each day with luxury SUV’s and drivers

Premium home rentals

Breakfast prepared daily for all guests

Chef or dinner reservations available

Round of golf for your group at great Augusta area courses

One day at the Masters, Augusta National Tournament Round with Official Badges or split across several days

Summer House Hospitality as an optional upgrade (closest hospitality house to Augusta National)

Local concierge to assist with client’s requirements

On-site Masters and Augusta insider host

All service charges and local taxes

Upscale Hospitality in Augusta

7:00 am – Guests Arrive at Summer House Masters Event

7:00 – 10:30 am – Deluxe Breakfast Buffet with a wide range of choices

8:00 am – Augusta National Gates Open

12:00 – 3:00 pm – Five-Course Gourmet Luncheon

4:00 pm – Close – Upscale Hors D’oeuvres

  • Private Transfers to/from Accommodations
  • Welcome and Masters information
  • Afternoon Buffet
  • Premium Open Bar
  • Access anytime 7:00 AM – Close
  • TV/showing of Masters Tournament


Everyone is awed by the grounds and history of Augusta National Golf Club, but there is a lot to see in and around the Masters when visiting Augusta. The following are 10 tips for both golfers and non-golfers to enjoy all that Augusta has to offer:

Indulge Your Taste Buds: Experience global cuisine ranging from fine dining and pomegranate martinis at La Maison on Telfair in a beautiful restored 1853 mansion; tapas from around the world at The Bee’s Knees; a fried bologna sandwich at Joe’s Underground Café; to great soul food at Metro’s.

Walk the River: Riverwalk is a landscaped red brick walkway that is great for afternoon or evening strolls by the Savannah River.

See the “Art” of Broad Street: Artists’ Row offers a wide range of eclectic art and fun gifts in historic buildings along Broad Street.

Do a Pub Crawl: Visit one or all of Augusta’s 22 Pubs.

Shop ‘til you Drop: Shop at the newly renovated Augusta Mall and the upscale Surrey Center.

Take a Walk on the Wild Side: Marvel at blue herons, egrets, otters and even alligators as you walk across the swamp on the boardwalk at Phinizy Swamp Nature Park.

Say “Cheese” with James Brown: Visit the statue, park, boulevard among the many sites honoring the late James Brown – the Godfather of Rock and Roll. Get your photo taken with a statue of James Brown and then show your friends through the James Brown Cam.

Tour Augusta by Foot: Put on some walking shoes and experience the boyhood home of President Woodrow Wilson along with several historical sites all within walking of downtown.

Explore the Outskirts of Augusta: Just a 20-minute drive from Augusta, Aiken, S.C. features horse farms and polo fields, and one of the most charming small downtowns in the South.

Venture Outside the Grounds of Augusta National Golf Club: Check out vendors with Masters memorabilia, golf companies with many free giveaways, free drinks by the Christian ministry and maybe John Daly hawking his wares outside the gate.

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