Book a golf break in the US and watch the US Masters too!

YOUR MASTERS EXPERIENCE – SIGNATURE #1

Accommodation – stay 7 nights in the following hotels:

  • 3 nights at Carolina Hotel @ Pinehurst Resort including Resort fee (April 10-13)
  • 1 nights at Hilton Columbia Center (April 13 – 14)
  • 3 nights at Ritz-Carlton Reynolds Plantation (April 14-17)
  • Daily breakfast included
  • Valet parking at Reynolds Plantation
  • All local and state taxes

Golf – play 81 holes of golf on top-ranked Championship courses including cart

  • Pinehurst #2 including caddie
  • Pinehurst #4
  • The Craddle at Pinehurst
  • Oconee GC at Reynolds Plantation including caddie
  • National GC at Reynolds Plantation
  • All local and state taxes

Masters – attend the Masters 2019

  • Guaranteed ticket to the fnal round of The Masters 2019
  • Masters Manual 2019 with invaluable insider tips
  • Masters Welcome Gift
  • Travel pack with restaurant recommendations
  • Elite Golf Experiences Executive Team onsite in Augusta
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Charlotte International Airport – Other Airports available
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
INCLUDED
Golf Accommodation(s)
Tournament Entry Transport
NOT INCLUDED
Flights
Food and drink other than stated

Join us for the ultimate golfing pilgrimage to the 2019 Masters. See the world’s best golfers battle it out for the coveted Green Jacket at August National Golf Club.

Additional information

7 nightsDuration
Augusta NationalGeorgia
6 days7th to 12th April 2019

WEDNESDAY Apr 10

Drive from Charlotte airport to Pinehurst

Note: Raleigh airport is the better alternative

Check in at Pinehurst Resort

Pinehurst Resort was originally established in 1895 by James Walker Tufts as a health retreat. The towering pines and mild Southern breezes were thought to have medicinal effects. The firm of Frederick Law Olmsted, the landscape designer acclaimed for creating New York City’s Central Park, prepared the physical plan for the Village of Pinehurst.

Pinehurst offers three historic hotels, as well as condominiums and villas, all within walking distance of one another and each located within the charming Village of Pinehurst. Complimentary resort transportation is offered from all accommodations to golf and other resort amenities.

You will be staying at the Carolina Hotel, which opened in 1901 and was soon dubbed the “Queen of the South.” This signature hotel has 230 guest rooms and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

THURSDAY Apr 11

Breakfast in the fantastic Carolina Dining Room

Tee-off at redesigned Pinehurst #4!

Pinehurst No. 4 (Gil Hanse) was reimagined in 2018. Visually stunning from tee to green, exposed sand areas, vast cross bunkers and native wire grass meld with the site’s rolling topography and natural ridge lines to create dramatic vistas and strategic options on every hole. Hanse’s design of Pinehurst No. 4 is a brand new and bold expression of pure, timeless Carolinas Sandhills golf. It’s a companion in the landscape, but not a tribute to No. 2 in the features.

FRIDAY Apr 12

Breakfast in the fantastic Carolina Dining Room

Play Pinehurst #2

Caddie included

Pinehurst No. 2 (Donald Ross) – Built in 1907, Pinehurst No. 2 is largely considered Donald Ross’s greatest masterpiece. It has served as the site of more single golf championships than any course in America including the

U.S. Open and the Ryder Cup Matches. No. 2 is best known for its crowned, undulating greens, which are some of the most complex and widely hailed in the world. In 2011, the team of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw completed a restoration of the course returning the natural areas and strategic shot values that Ross originally intended.

Dinner at the historic 1985 Grille

SATURDAY Apr 13

Breakfast at hotel

Check out Caroline Hotel @Pinehurst Resort

Play The Craddle – the new stunning short course at Pinehurst

On September 30, 2018 – nearly 120 years after golf arrived at Pinehurst – the historic resort will open The Cradle, a nine-hole short course that even the newest to the game can enjoy. Designed by golf architect Gil Hanse, The Cradle, at 789 yards, features holes ranging from 56 to 127 yards. Mere steps from the Resort Clubhouse, it is the same area where, in 1898, Dr. Leroy Culver carved the first nine holes out of the sand at Pinehurst.

Hanse’s design incorporates the native sandscape and wiregrass common to the original courses of Pinehurst. With holes that meander along the rolling terrain, The Cradle’s greens subtly blend into the surrounding landscape and are protected by rough-hewn bunkers, all features that have long been hallmarks of Pinehurst golf.

Drive to Columbia

Check in at Hilton Columbia Center

SUNDAY Apr 14

Breakfast at Ruth´s Chris Steakhouse@Hilton Columbia Center

Attend the Final Day of The Masters Tournament

Drive to Reynolds Plantation

Check-in at Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee

Along 30 acres of Lake Oconee shoreline, golfers discover 99 reasons to pack their gear. The georgian resort with lodge-like charm, luxury well- appointed accommodations and highly personalized service will make yourself feel at home.

Tee-it up on excellent Championship courses, unplug with Southern-inspired spa treatments and dine beneath a star-filled sky. You will enjoy every single moment, life-lasting memories can be guaranteed.

Enjoy a craft cocktail or two in the Barrel room

The Barrel room – offering fireside tables, billiards, live music and a lakeside view – is the perfect way to end Masters Sunday.

MONDAY Apr 15

Breakfast at Georgia´s

Golf at Occonee GC

right next to hotel

Defined by a dramatic routing along the Lake Oconee shoreline, this Rees Jones design is a true risk/reward layout. The Oconee course offers inspiring lake views while presenting options to play shots over inlets of Lake Oconee, or carry corners of tree-lined doglegs.A set of magnificent par 3s feature elevated tee shots and numerous water hazards that are both eye-catching and penal. Interior creeks and ponds, as well as extensive bunkering, ensure a tough-but-fair challenge for every level of player.

Through the years, the Oconee course has established a reputation as a visually stimulating, challenging and playable layout.

TUESDAY Apr 16

Breakfast at Georgia´s

Play National Golf Course

Designed by Tom Fazio in 2000 and recently renovated in 2014, The National course at Reynolds features three distinct nine-hole layouts fashioned from the richly colored textured “paints” of grass, sand, trees and water found in the hardwood forests and rolling terrain of the region.

The Ridge, Bluff and Cove nines that make up The National offer unmatched playing opportunities. The trademark of the course is its dramatic elevation changes from tee to fairway, as well as on approach shots – some as much as 60 feet. The typically large greens are defined by noticeable undulations, along with fairways that wind through dense forests of Georgia pines and hardwoods, flowering wild dogwoods and azaleas, while offering spectacular panoramas of Lake Oconee and the Oconee River Valley. The three nines are named for the type of terrain they feature and no two holes are alike but all share a consistency in feel for the way they match the natural contours, a total 27-hole golf experience.

Dinner at Silver Moon

10 min taxi ride from the Lodge

It is the favorite neighborhood joint for Lake Oconee! The restaurant features comfort food and is famous for its fish and chips, creamy parmesan grits as well as for its steaks and seafood. You should not miss l the homemade desserts either!

WEDNESDAY Apr 17

Breakfast at Georgia´s and depart

Augusta National Golf Club, The Masters
Augusta National Golf Club, The Masters
Augusta National Golf Club, The Masters
Augusta National Golf Club, The Masters
Augusta National Golf Club, The Masters
Golf at Occonee GC
National Golf Course
Pinehurst no. 2
Pinehurst no. 4
Pinehurst Resort
Play The Craddle - the new stunning short course at Pinehurst
Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee

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