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Old 02-07-2014, 11:01 PM   #16
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Default Re: The Masters

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Originally Posted by Nureye View Post
Get there at 9:30.

Park on Berckmans rd and walk in the back side entrance.

Go put your chairs down on 16. (Make sure you have fold-out chairs with no arms. Do not come without chairs.)

Walk the course in reverse from that point. (holes 15-10)

Admire the people eating lunch at the clubhouse.

Go to the practice area and watch people hit balls.

Go to # 1 and watch someone tee off. Then walk the front 9 until you get to #6.


Go sit in your seats at 16 for the rest of the day.

Order the "Import" beer, and sample all available sandwich options. Including ice cream sandwich b/t two chocolate chip cookies.

Leave

Buy souvenirs on your way out.

Go to Hooters on Washington Rd.

Anyone who reads this and goes to Augusta should give me points immediately. It is the perfect way to watch the Masters.

Yours is not a bad way to watch a Practice Round at the Masters. The food is cheaper at the sandwich stands, so load up inside the National as you will have a harder time finding a good place to get into in Augusta, GA when you leave. Pray that the weather is nice and warm and the ladies will come out in style.

I would have to say that the "Best Way To See The Masters Tournament" is by watching it on TV as you get to see all the shots and best golfers. Being at the Masters is great, but no matter where you sit, you are only going to see the golf that is going on in front of you and hope that you have a good seat. Walk all over the course so that you can tell all of your friends that you have seen it all and by the end of the day, you most likely will. If it is wet and damp that day, watch out walking on some of the sloops or the pathways as they can be very slick and I have seen many people slide down them over the years. It is a beautiful course if the weather is warm and everything gets to bloom. Enjoy.
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