There are numerous
benefits to buying passes to a hospitality venue at
the Masters. It becomes your home base for the
day, you can leave behind belongings like umbrella's
and rain gear when the sun comes out and anything
you don't want to carry around with you on the
Most of the guests
begin with a breakfast and a maybe an am cocktail,
take the free shuttle over the Augusta National,
then, return at the end of the day for hors d
oeuvres and the premium bar while watching the recap
of the days golf events on a giant screen TV.
Then, relax outdoors with a cigar listing to live
music and chat with other patrons about what you saw
and experienced at the tournament.
The free valet
parking saves fans allot of money in parking costs,
but, if you didn't drive the food, premium liquor,
shuttle, convenience and overall experience are all
worth the money.
Another benefit is
the in the event of a rain delay or inclement
weather, you can spend all day being treated like a
king or queen, as a reminder, this is where golf
meets true southern hospitality, have fun and enjoy
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