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 '15? Be there in April to experience the action in Augusta — 2015 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-Sunday 7 Day Bundle | April 6-12, 2015
Monday Practice Round | April 6, 2015
Tuesday Practice Round | April 7, 2015
Wednesday Practice Round | April 8, 2015
Thursday-Sunday 4 Day Bundle | April 9-12, 2015
Thursday Championship Round | April 9, 2015
Friday Championship Round | April 10, 2015
Saturday Championship Round | April 11, 2015
Sunday Championship Round | April 12, 2015
Masters 2015 News and Updates
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.
4/7/14 - Masters ticket prices are generally unchanged since their initial drop after Tiger Woods' withdrawal from the competition: two-day badges for the Championship Rounds (4/12-4/13) start at $1792, seven-day badges (April 7-13) are still offered at $4730, and four-day badges (4/10-4/13) start at $2988. As of today, 97 of the world's greatest golfers have descended upon Augusta National for a shot at the Green Jacket, the most iconic win on the PGA Tour. Players will tee up competitively beginning Thursday (4/10) in Round 1, while all prior dates hold Practice Rounds and media conferences. Who's your favorite? Rory McIlroy is 2-1 to win a major this year, veteran Phil Michelson is a force to be reckoned with and Adam Scott has a chance to achieve back-to-back victories at Augusta, or will dark horses Sergio Garcia, Angel Cabrera or Jordan Spieth take the victory? Purchase you Masters tickets to find out!
4/3/14 - Even though we all had a premonition as to what Tiger Wood's decision would be to play the Masters this year, the No. 1 player's announcement is still the biggest shocker on the PGA Tour thus far. Woods has not missed the Masters since 1995, when he was still an amateur golfer. Still, his hush-hush Monday morning surgery on a pinched nerve in his back holds optimism for the future, as he hopes to return to play this summer. In the wake of Tiger's withdrawal from the Augusta National, Masters ticket prices have seen a drop in price. Whereas they were unavailable before, Seven Day Badges are now back on the market (offered at $4730), four-day badges have dropped to $1345 (less $2,203), and two-day badges (Championship Rounds) start at $1792 (less $947).
3/31/14 - The Masters are just a week away! Who do you have winning the Green Jacket? Unlike previous years, there are no favorites coming into this all-important spring tournament, as many of the sport's biggest names are either hurt or in a funk. Last week Tiger Woods stated it was too early to tell if he would be well enough to play the Masters—and if Tiger does play, it will be just his fifth start of the year. Phil Mickelson, experiencing back problems of his own, withdrew from the TPC San Antonio this weekend to save himself for Augusta. Jason Day was pinned as a favorite, but his recent thumb injury forced WDs from both Doral and Bay Hill. Adam Scott and Rory McIlroy are looking to be the bettor's chosen despite some shoddy Florida play—but this just might be the year for a major upset at Augusta. After all, 339th-ranked Aussie Steven Bowdich just punched a late ticket to the Masters off a one-shot victory at the Valero Texas Open on Sunday. Get in on the action with Masters tickets today! There are no Seven-Day Bundles left for sale, but you can buy a Four-Day Badge (Thurs-Sun) for $3548 or a Two-Day Badge (Championship Rounds: Sat-Sun) for $2739.
3/25/14 - With spring in bloom and March coming to a close, the field for the Masters is in its final stages of completion. Keeping with tradition, Augusta looks almost certain to remain the smallest field across all majors, with fewer than 100 players. One issue is still left uncertain: Will Tiger Woods and his ailing back be able to play the Masters? Time will tell as his decision looms with the April 10 date approaching. Ace Adam Scott wasted his opportunity to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational this past Sunday and clinch the No. 1 world ranking. Still at No. 2, Scott played his worst round of the year and lost the PGA victory to Matt Every, who has now won an automatic berth to Augusta. Masters tickets are going quicker, and there are only 4 Seven Day Badges left, costing $8415 apiece. 2 Day Bundle tickets for the final Championship Rounds (4/12-4/13) have significantly dropped in price (less $660) and now start at $2286.
3/17/14 - As predicted, Tiger Woods' lingering back spasms caused him major setbacks in the final round at Trump Doral, going T-25. In his final shot at a big win before the Masters, Tiger's historic success at the Arnold Palmer Invitational should give him a leg up this week at Bay Hill. American Patrick Reed took the Blue Monster Course victory, making him the youngest winner of a World Golf Championship event, at 23 years old. Will this golf sensation be the next young buck to claim the Green Jacket? Masters Saturday Championship Round tickets start at $331 (VIP Hospitality) and jump up to a $378 minimum for a Sunday Championship ticket. Get a 2-Day Bundle (4/12-4/13) for $2946.
3/4/14 - Tiger Woods shocked all when he withdrew from the Honda Classic on Sunday with lower back spasms, making this the athlete's fifth straight year interrupted by injury. Woods plans on playing in this week's WGC Cadillac Championship in Miami (looking to defend his title and score his eighth Cadillac win), but if he finishes outside the top seven (or WD), Adam Scott will usurp the world's No.1 ranking. Stay tuned for news on the newly renovated Blue Monster course: will Scott dethrone Woods at Doral to become the second Australian to claim the top spot? Currently, PGA Masters tickets for a two-day final Championship Round Pass (4/12-4/13) are $3484.
2/24/14 - Now that the West coast swing has come to a close, the PGA Tour is on its way to Florida, moving even closer to the Masters Tournament. Who will fare well on the "Florida Swing" now that the best in the game are starting to make their first appearances on tour? The Honda Classic, WGC-Cadillac, Valspar Championship and, of course, the Arnold Palmer Invitational are considered primers for the Masters every season, as all the big names come out to play in the Sunshine State. Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott will be competing this March, as they gear up for the all-important second week of April to vie for the Green Jacket. As we move towards to the Masters, tickets are getting swallowed up quicker: there are four 7-Day Bundle tickets still offered to cover all grounds across the tournament priced at a lofty $8027, plenty of individual day tickets are still available.
2/18/14 - Jimmy Walker leads the FedEx Cup standings with 2 wins and 1700-plus points through 9 events, with his closest competitors being Dustin Johnson, Harris English and Chris Kirk. Bubba Watson rounds out the top 5 in early first round play, with one win in just 5 events. Watson's first victory of the year, and his first PGA victory since 2012's memorable green jacket win at Riviera Country Club, came during Sunday's Northern Trust Open in sunny Southern California. Now that Bubba's got his mojo back, watch him closely on this year's road to the Masters. In other news, Augusta National lost its famed Eisenhower Tree to an unforgiving ice storm over the weekend; the iconic pine's removal will make the infamous 17th hole tee shot (under which Tiger Woods tore his Achilles tendon four years ago) a bit easier on competitors come April.
2/12/14 - Kevin Stadler, son of Craig Stadler, won the Phoenix Open on Sunday for his first-ever PGA Tour title. Bubba Watson missed a par putt on the final hole to give the younger Stadler the victory, awarding him a spot in the Masters and a chance to finally play against his father in the competition. Kevin and Craig will be the tour's ninth father-son winners and the first duo to play in the Masters, after which, Stadler Sr. is resolved to retire. With the goal of playing his son having been reached Stadler announced: "I kept saying, 'When he gets in, that's my last one'." On the other side of the globe, Cheyenne Woods, 23 year-old niece of Tiger Woods, was another golfer to win her first-ever major professional tour, with a victory at the Australian Ladies Masters.
Masters 2015 Season
The Masters may well be the most coveted championship, and the first of the four major championships, in the world of professional golf to take place each year. The nearly year-round golf season is grueling in itself, but getting into the Masters to compete for the title is even harder. The Masters is conducted on a smaller course, across 18 qualifying rounds, which typically yields around 90 elite invitees and a handful of amateurs from all over the world, making it one of the most exclusive tournaments in golf. This year, there are so many notable and talented golfers that there is a possibility the contest may exceed 100 players for the first time in almost 50 years.
From April 7-13 the greatest competitors in the world of golf will descend upon the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia and compete for the elusive Green Jacket. PGA Masters tickets are the most coveted in the sport, with a seven-day pass going for $8,230. Individual tickets to get on the grounds for the Thursday, Friday and Saturday Championship rounds start at $847, and jump up to $991 to get-in on Sunday, April 13. Last year, the lowest a person paid was $890 for a four-day badge, and the average a person paid was $1,198.
Adam Scott is the defending Masters champion and first Australian to claim the title, though four-time winner Tiger Woods was awarded the PGA Tour’s Golfer of the Year after coming off a five-win season. Currently, the road to the Masters has Scott and his pure swing favored at the Georgia Pines, though many predict Rory McIlroy is due for the title after coming so close in 2011, meanwhile Jason Day remains as a top player without a major title in the top rankings. Phil Mickelson is heading into 2014 exuding confidence, see if he can add one more title to his illustrious collection (three) this April with PGA Masters tickets.
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.
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