Augusta National Golf Club

2604 Washington Rd (Berckmans Rd.)

Augusta National Golf Club

Augusta National Golf Club is one of the most iconic places in the world of golf. Founded in 1933 by Bobby Jones, Augusta National has hosted the prestigious Masters Tournament since 1934. The Club is renowned for its picturesque beauty and a challenging golf course that features rolling hills and water hazards. Aside from the golf course, Augusta National is also famous for its pristine landscaping. The grounds feature an array of stunning flora and fauna, including the iconic azaleas that bloom during the tournament each April. To visit Augusta National, one must either be a member or attend the Masters Tournament. Tickets to the tournament are extremely difficult to get, with many people waiting years to win the coveted lottery for tickets. If lucky enough to attend, tourists can enjoy a plethora of activities outside of watching the tournament. The Clubhouse features a pro shop with exclusive Masters merchandise, while the food options on the grounds are renowned for their quality and variety. Despite being a private club, Augusta National has played an instrumental role in the history of golf. It was the first golf club to invite African American members in 1990, breaking down racial barriers in the sport. The Club is also a major contributor to charitable organizations, donating millions of dollars to various causes each year.

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