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Feeling Fancy? The Masters Hospitality House Options

We’re less than two months away from one of the most impressive events in golf. Everyone’s favorite piano music and azalea bushes will appear on our TV screens in April, but what if you actually want to make the trip to Augusta? And what if you want to do it in style? Here are a few of the popular hospitality house options at The Masters, where you can eat, drink, mingle, and impress your guests, whether you’re going to the tournament or not…

Magnolia Manor

With the staff equivalent to a five-star restaurant, Magnolia Manor was voted “Best Masters Hospitality” eight years in a row. They’ve got 14,000 square feet of entertainment space in this two-story property. With the decor of a southern plantation and private club style ambiance, you’ll feel pretty fancy whether you’re watching golf on one of the many flat-screen TVs or getting business done (aka “networking” while you drink cocktails and smoke cigars). Either way, Magnolia Manor is used to catering to Fortune 500 clientele, so you’ll be in good hands.

Located on Magnolia Drive, you could walk to the Augusta National entrance, but they also have a shuttle. Get here for the breakfast buffet (hello, eggs benedict station!) or at least lunch with its full salad bar and carving station. And be sure to stick around for hors d’oeuvres each afternoon and the specialty drinks served throughout the day.

They’ve got several premium bars (obviously) and complimentary cigars (and an outdoor cigar patio!), plus an on-site masseuse. Hang out indoors or on the private outdoor patio where you’ll find more TVs and another bar. Or take advantage of their concierge service – they’ll help you plan your entire stay in Augusta with insider knowledge of the best restaurants, hotels, shopping, and sights.

Price:

Monday & Tuesday – $285
Wednesday – $355
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday – $395

Azalea House

One of the premier hospitality houses in Augusta, you can gain access to the Azalea House for your corporate clients or personal trips to The Masters. Their staff is all about southern hospitality, and from 7AM to 7PM each day of the tournament, you can experience their full-service atmosphere. They’ve got a valet, shuttles to the tournament, entertainment, fully catered buffets, and of course, an impeccably stocked top-shelf bar.

One of the premier hospitality houses in Augusta, you can gain access to the Azalea House for your corporate clients or personal trips to The Masters. Their staff is all about southern hospitality, and from 7AM to 7PM each day of the tournament, you can experience their full-service atmosphere. They’ve got a valet, shuttles to the tournament, entertainment, fully catered buffets, and of course, an impeccably stocked top-shelf bar.

NFL players, golf legends, and even country music singers have been known to frequent the Azalea House. And if you feel like playing some virtual golf, you can try to hit the longest drive or get closest to the pin in their hitting bays featuring SkyTrak and World Golf Tour.

Price: Contact them to find out.

The Executive Club, The Northwood Club, and The Foundation Club

Executive Marketing Services owns and runs each of these three hospitality houses with extreme attention to detail, casual elegance, and a country club atmosphere where you can “mix business with pleasure” as they say…

Located on Azalea Drive, the Executive Club and Foundation Club are both expansive venues that can host up to 450 guests per day. The Northwood Club is newly renovated and a bit more cozy, with room for only 250 of your closest friends. Each house provides professional staff, daily breakfast with an omelet station, lunch buffet, ice cream station, afternoon hors d’oeuvres, and complimentary, premium bar service. You can hang out on the private outdoor patio, deck, or in the lounge areas, and some days, they’ll bring in a massage therapist… because watching golf can be so tiresome.

Located on Azalea Drive, the Executive Club and Foundation Club are both expansive venues that can host up to 450 guests per day. The Northwood Club is newly renovated and a bit more cozy, with room for only 250 of your closest friends. Each house provides professional staff, daily breakfast with an omelet station, lunch buffet, ice cream station, afternoon hors d’oeuvres, and complimentary, premium bar service. You can hang out on the private outdoor patio, deck, or in the lounge areas, and some days, they’ll bring in a massage therapist… because watching golf can be so tiresome.

Price: Contact us  to find out.

Club Magnolia

Club Magnolia is all about providing you with an exclusive sanctuary during your time at The Masters. Retro yet modern, charming, and southern, they’ve got an acre of indoor and outdoor amenities to indulge in. And they’ve got EIGHT bars! With gourmet food, massage therapists, concierge, shuttle service, and over 90 team members to serve your every need, you probably won’t have to lift a finger while you’re here.

This VIP-style service comes with two decks, al fresco dining, a three-hole putting course, 35 TVs, live entertainment on their “Par Tee Stage,” and optional private tables and rooms that you can reserve. Of course, there’s a business center, but there’s also totally over-the-top stuff like a sculpture garden, art gallery, and gift shop. Obviously, they’ve got complimentary cigars, and a cigar terrace too.

This VIP-style service comes with two decks, al fresco dining, a three-hole putting course, 35 TVs, live entertainment on their “Par Tee Stage,” and optional private tables and rooms that you can reserve. Of course, there’s a business center, but there’s also totally over-the-top stuff like a sculpture garden, art gallery, and gift shop. Obviously, they’ve got complimentary cigars, and a cigar terrace too.

When it comes to the food, you’ll have breakfast, lunch, and evening hors d’oeuvres, but also gourmet pizza, a burger bar and grill, open pit smoked barbecue, an oyster bar, frozen dessert bar, and even a cocktail hour hosted by a celebrity chef. Why would you ever leave?

The Championship Club

Just a quick stroll from the course, The Championship Club is a private club with its own outstanding culinary team and staff to provide you with “the golf experience of a lifetime” (their words). They’ve got gourmet food for breakfast, lunch, and heavy hors d’oeuvres, top-shelf drinks, and plenty of flat-screen TVs and cigars. Oh, and professional bagpipers perform each day following the end of play. Their website also has photos of front porch massages, if that’s important to you!

Just a quick stroll from the course, The Championship Club is a private club with its own outstanding culinary team and staff to provide you with “the golf experience of a lifetime” (their words). They’ve got gourmet food for breakfast, lunch, and heavy hors d’oeuvres, top-shelf drinks, and plenty of flat-screen TVs and cigars. Oh, and professional bagpipers perform each day following the end of play. Their website also has photos of front porch massages, if that’s important to you!

They’ve been in the business of providing Masters hospitality for 14 years and they insist on exceptional service from the moment you valet your car. Located on Azalea Drive literally across the street from Augusta, you can watch streaming video coverage if you won’t be attending each round of golf in person (or if you’re feeling lazy). They’ve also got a business center if you need to get some work done while you’re here. Managed by DowEvents, big timers like Morgan Stanley send their execs here for their Masters experience so it’s gotta be good.

1018 Club

This exclusive hospitality house is just across the street from the entrance to Augusta National. If you hang out at the 1018 Club, you’ll get a buffet breakfast each morning, multi-course lunches, afternoon hors d’oeuvres, and of course, complimentary premium liquor, beer, and wine all day. They’ve also got a chef there to cook steaks, hamburgers, and chicken dishes at any time if you’re still feeling peckish.

This exclusive hospitality house is just across the street from the entrance to Augusta National. If you hang out at the 1018 Club, you’ll get a buffet breakfast each morning, multi-course lunches, afternoon hors d’oeuvres, and of course, complimentary premium liquor, beer, and wine all day. They’ve also got a chef there to cook steaks, hamburgers, and chicken dishes at any time if you’re still feeling peckish.

Price:

Wednesday $175
Thursday $250
Friday & Saturday $250
Sunday $300
(Half-day access available at a discount.)