Masters Golf Tournament Tickets are on sale now! The Masters is golf's grandest stage, and year after year fans are treated to some of the most spectacular competition in the game. Which elite golfer will make his way into Masters' history in '17? Be there in April to experience the action in Augusta — 2017 Masters practice rounds tickets and Masters badges are on sale now! View the dates for the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club and purchase your Masters Tickets today.
Monday Practice Round | April 3, 2017
Tuesday Practice Round | April 4, 2017
Wednesday Practice Round | April 5, 2017
Thursday-Sunday 4 Day Bundle | April 6-9, 2017
Thursday Championship Round | April 6, 2017
Friday Championship Round | April 7, 2017
Saturday Championship Round | April 8, 2017
Sunday Championship Round | April 9, 2017
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Putting a Price on a Birdie
It’s hard to put a value on a birdie, especially if you’re breaking records like last year’s Masters champ, Jordan Spieth. So, just how much are Masters tickets? Thankfully, pricing is available for those that just want to watch history being made. Spectators can buy tickets for the main event only, or combine them with practice rounds, grounds access passes, hotel rooms, and more.
How Much Are Tickets to the Masters?
Watch History Being Made
- Masters ticket prices for practice rounds only start at less than $300 for a half day on Monday and go up to just over $1,000 for the full day on Wednesday.
- Championship round tickets can be purchased for a single day or as a four-day package, with prices ranging from $1,400 to $5,000.
- Hospitality packages are available and grant the holder food and drink passes during practice rounds, starting at less than $200 per day.
- Trophy room passes grant you admission to the grounds around the clubhouse, an outdoor bar, and the dining room.
- Hotel room packages and grounds access passes are available too. You can mix and match to suit your needs and make your trip a unique experience.
The golfing world is waiting with bated breath to see if Spieth will take that green jacket home again this year. Be there in person when he and his competitors endeavor to break records and rise to the top.
Masters News and Updates
The Masters Golf Tournament is very nearly here. Once again the greatest golfers in the world are going to meet in one location to determine who the champion is. The tournament is just a few days away, but you can still get your ticket. The event will be held from April 4th through the 10th. For a reduced price, you can attend the practice rounds on April 4th, 5th, and 6th. Then, starting on the 7th, the champions will officially play and you can be in the audience. A special bundle that gives you access to all four days is also available. Come out and see for yourself who is going to take the championship.
The world’s best golfers are currently busy shining up their clubs and shoring up their putting skills because the Masters is scheduled for April 4-10! Also hard at work are the athletes’ caddies, who play a huge role in how golfers fare at the tournament. One of the caddying’s veterans, Steve Williams, has been on the course through 25 Masters, and is even credited with helping pro golfer Adam Scott win in a sudden death situation back in 2013. He will be at Scott’s side once again this year and you don’t want to miss seeing them in action. Get tickets for a practice round, championship round or purchase a package from us today for as little as $142.
3/18/16 - It’s time to watch your favorite professional golfers gear up for their chance at the coveted green jacket. The Masters Tournament is set to kick off in just a few short weeks! The players will get their first look at the green starting Monday, April 4, when they embark on three days of practice rounds. These practice rounds are some of the best opportunities to see your favorite golfers, so consider buying a ticket to the preliminaries. Tickets are currently $213 for the first practice session. After that, the real deal will kick off on Thursday, April 7. Tickets are currently available for purchase starting at prices $236 and up.
2/26/16 - For golf lovers, good weather means opportunities to not only get out and play on your own, but also to be a spectator at some of the highest quality golf tournaments of the season. The Masters is one of these tournaments and starts in the month of April. This year the Masters will be held at Augusta National Gold Club in Augusta, GA. Regardless if you want to see the practice rounds or the real deal, tickets are available for both. Practice round tickets for April 4 start at $194. For the championship round, tickets start at $236 each. Buy your tickets today to start your golf season off right this year.
2/10/16 - The much-anticipated annual Masters Golf Tournament is still two months away, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start making plans. Be sure to be there when all of the green jacket action kicks off on Monday, April 4 with the first of three practice rounds at Augusta National Golf Club. It’s a great opportunity to see your favorite professional golfers up close before the pressure piles on; tickets start at $194. Then, choose between daily passes for the championship rounds or make sure you don’t miss a second of the excitement with a 4-Day Bundle covering all rounds from April 7 – 10. Tickets for the championship bundle currently start at $1395.
2/3/16 - Although he’s far from Augusta, Rory McIlroy can’t stop thinking about the Masters Tournament. One of the world’s top-ranked golfers for several years running, McIlroy aches for the opportunity to claim the one championship which continues to elude him. According to the current Dubai Desert Classic champ, the only thing sweeter would be a victory which came during a tourney including the great Tiger Woods, who continues to recover from chronic back problems and is not expected to be part of this year’s field. The Masters is set to tee off on April 4th at Augusta National Golf Club and tickets are available now! Get full-day grounds passes for Monday starting at $402 if you act soon.
1/27/16 - As the 2016 Masters Tournament approaches, the favorites are beginning to surface already. Odds makers are all weighing in on this year’s field, and CBS Sports is relaying a set of very interesting numbers ahead of the tourney. 2015 winner Jordan Spieth of the U.S. is favored at 5-1 odds, slightly ahead of fellow standout Rory McIlroy (6-1) and Jason Day (7-1). Longtime fan favorite Bubba Watson opens the rest of the pack with 14-1 odds, ahead of names including Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson. Masters tickets are on sale now for Practice and Championship Round play, and you’ll want to pick yours up sooner than later—quantities are limited and they’re going quickly!
1/20/16 - One of the most interesting invitees for this year’s Masters Tournament is a 16-year-old from Costa Rica. High school senior Paul Chaplet made history at the recent Latin American Amateur Championship, walking away as the victor after entering the field ranked No. 834 in terms of worldwide amateur talent. While he will still be a relative unknown when the 2016 Masters begins, there’s certainly some precedent with regard to young players donning the winner’s green jacket: Jordan Spieth won it at the ripe age of 21 last year, instantly putting himself on the PGA map. Advance tickets for this year’s Masters tournament are on sale now—get yours for practice rounds and championship competition today!
1/13/16 - This year’s Masters Tournament marks the 80th anniversary of the prestigious event, and it’s scheduled to take place beginning April 7th in 2016. Augusta National Golf Club will play host to many of the world’s best professional golfers, with expected entrants including 2015 winner Jordan Spieth, two-time victor Bubba Watson, 2013 champ Adam Scott and 2011 standout Charl Scwartzel of South Africa. Tickets are on sale now for the entire week of competition, beginning with the Monday practice round (tickets from $402 and up) and continuing through to the Sunday championship round. Four-day bundle passes are available now, as well as hospitality and grounds passes. Don’t miss out—order your Masters tickets today.
3/31/15 - Four more names have been announced for this year’s Masters Golf Tournament, bringing the field to a present total of 99 players. The tickets most recently punched belong to Paul Casey, Branden Grace, Anirban Lahiri, and Bernd Wiesberger, all of whom earned their spots by virtue of their rankings among the top 50 according to the Official World Golf Ranking. Meanwhile, the very knowledgeable Tim Rosaforte recently penned an article stating his belief that Tiger Woods will most likely participate in this year’s tournament, seeking his 15th major championship. American Steve Stricker has also announced that he will be making his return, following four months off the course due to back surgery. Half-day practice round tickets are still available starting at $260, and half-day competition admission for Thursday starts at $946.
3/24/15 - Showing steady improvement from his recent injuries, Tiger Woods is considered a fifty-fifty prospect to play at the Masters Golf tournament this year, with reports suggesting that he has been showing steady improvement and feels good about both his swing and his short game. Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy has bulked up in the gym in preparation for the tournament—the only major he still needs to conquer in order to secure his place among golf’s greats as a Grand Slam winner. Is Bubba Watson ready to relinquish the fabled green jacket? Tickets for the practice rounds beginning April 6th are available starting at $260, and half-day tickets for the first day of championship competition on April 9th start at $847. Gallery capacity is limited, so be sure to secure your spot before time runs out!
3/20/15 - There are just over two weeks remaining until the Masters Golf tournament happens at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA. Bubba Watson is currently wearing the Green Jacket for the second time, and is set to compete for the seventh time in the event. Tiger Woods will also be competing for the title; he has donned the jacket four times. Other players to watch may include Americans Keegan Bradley and Rickie Fowler, along with Henrik Stenson of Sweden. As per tradition, the club will host past winners and tournament officials for a dinner on the Tuesday previous to the main competition. The week-long event will be held on April 6-12, 2015 and the top players combined are expected to take home well over one million dollars in prize money.
3/12/15 - It is that time of year for all things golf. Fans and players alike have been chomping at the bit to experience all of the big upcoming tours like the Masters. In 2014, Bubba Watson left the champion making that his second Masters win. He beat Jonas Blixt and Jordan Spieth by three shots. But who is currently predicted to be on top this year? Dustin Johnson has been playing extremely well this season, finishing in the top-10 three different times. Last year’s runner up, Jordan Spieth, is on a role as well showing that he is prepared to leave the Masters as a champion instead of second place. Last, but not least, Jason Day has played exceptional golf taking home the Farmers Insurance Open and three top-5 finishes this season.
3/3/15 - One of the best tournaments in golf is the Masters, which takes place in Augusta, Georgia. This year is the 79th edition, and it’s the first of four major championships. A lot of great players will be featured in this year’s tournament, such as Bubba Watson, Rory Mcllroy, Phil Mickelson, Zach Johnson, Adam Scott and Mike Weir. There are several early favorites to win the whole thing. One of the top choices is Rory Mcllroy, who’s been playing a great game recently. He will be looking for his third consecutive victory. He’s certainly got a target on his back, and it’s going to be interesting to see how he performs under pressure. Jason Day, a golfer who has yet to crack the top ten in the Open Championship, is another early favorite because of his short game. Tickets for this tournament are available now for $236.
2/25/15 - The golf pros that have yet to qualify for their invitation to the 2015 Masters Golf tournament are looking to prove themselves over the next few months. One golfer set for a debut at this years Masters is Anirban Lahiri, who recently won the India Open, which bought his world ranking to 34 and made it likely he will be invited to the tournament. Another golfer hoping to show his skills at the Masters is James Hahn, who recently won his first PGA Tour title at the Northern Trust Open. Those who have already qualified will be using the PGA Tour and other International opens to hone their skills to look for victory. Tickets are still available for the Masters Golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia, from April 6 to 12.
2/18/15 - With the Masters Golf Tournament just a few weeks away, professional golfers are working hard to win a spot in the tournament. The most recent addition is Brandt Snedeker, whose latest win at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am not only provided him with an invitation to the Masters Golf Tournament but also set a record. Many other pros have already qualified for thier invitation to the event, including favorites Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy. Although Tiger Woods has qualified for an invite already, he may be a no-show after recently announcing a break from golf, although he already expressed desire for a quick return for the Honda Classic, which takes place about a month prior to this major professional golf championship tournament held in April in Augusta, Georgia. Tickets remain available for the individual rounds, starting at $236.
1/13/15 - In April, every golfer wants to be in Augusta, Georgia at the Augusta National Golf Club for the Masters Golf Tournament. Bubba Watson currently owns the green jacket, and he’s won the Masters twice. If he goes for a third, he’ll join other notable golfers like Sam Snead and Phil Mickelson, but it’s going to be difficult to get to four wins like Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods. Tickets for the Masters have already gone on sale, and you can get yours to see the practice rounds and the tournament rounds. Four-day badges for each of the championship rounds are available starting at $4257. You can also purchase individual days. Don’t wait to get your passes now to see the best golfers in the world at one of the top tournaments.
The first of golf's four Majors, the Masters has become a storied tradition in professional golf. Fans from around the country flock to Augusta, GA every spring to take in the beauty of this fabled tournament, created in 1934 by golf legend Bobby Jones.
The best players in the world gather at this hallowed ground in search of the coveted Green Jacket. "The Golden Bear" Jack Nicklaus holds the record with six victories in this event, but Tiger Woods is coming on strong with four victories to date.
Masters golf badges are one of the toughest tickets to gain access to in all sports. Razorgator is your source to acquire these badges and be a part of the tradition that is the Masters.