After watching some fantastic golf with one of our US Masters packages, you’ll probably want to head out and hit a few balls yourself. The obvious but unfortunate truth is you’re not going to get a round in at Augusta, so we’ve put together a list of courses nearby where you should fare a little better. We can book a round for you, but get in as early as possible; all of these courses are really busy around the time of the Masters.
This is a public course and offers great value. It’s a 7,231 yard par 72 set in rolling countryside and was voted best public course 2010 by Augusta Golf Magazine.
Visit the Forest Hills website
For one week a year all the members clear the fairways and let visitors from around the world play their course. And what a course. It’s a par 72, 6,700 yard beauty with five Par 5’s and five Par 3’s that runs through beautiful pinewoods along the edge of Euchee Creek.
Visit the Bartram Trail website
A classic parkland course that was voted ‘Best Place to Play 2008/09’ by Golf Digest magazine. It’s a challenging 7,400 yards, Par 72.
Visit the Goshen Plantation website
Just across the state border in North Carolina is the lovely course at Cedar Creek. Set amid rolling sandy hills and pine forests it’s a real treat, and gives you a chance to get away from all the Masters crowds. The course was deigned by renowned course designer Arthur Hills. It’s a challenging 7,200 yarder when you play off the championship tees or a slightly less daunting 5,182 if you play off the men's.
Visit the Cedar Creek website