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US Masters

6th — 14th APRIL 2025

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I’ve had many friends join Mike and Bede at Teed Up Golf Tours on their trips to Augusta and The Open.

They all say they are the best trips they’ve ever been on.

John Senden
Retired US PGA Tour Player
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I've had many friends join Mike and Bede at Teed Up Golf Tours on their trips to Augusta and The Open.

They all say they are the best trips they've ever been on.
John Senden
Retired US PGA Tour Player

Sunday

Begin at

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (Atlanta)

Stay 1 night at

Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel

Monday

Transfer to

Aiken, South Carolina

Stay 7 nights at

Carriage House Inn

The Carriage House Inn is a charming Southern boutique hotel located close to Aiken’s historic Downtown area which is filled with great restaurants and bars. Built in 1872, this luxuriously restored historic inn caters to all. Originally home to the Efron family, what started as a six room inn is now a boutique hotel offering 37 guest rooms and suites in three renovated buildings.

Every room welcomes guests to a home away from home with their own unique luxuries, opulent bedrooms, private bath and Southern charm. Hotel amenities include full breakfast, daily housekeeping and complimentary wireless internet service.

Meet your host

Mike Mosher

At an all-inclusive BBq & Drinks

Tuesday

Attend the

Practice Day of the Masters

Today is a great chance to take photos of the course and players, as cameras are not permitted during the tournament days. Please note that iPhones etc. are not allowed inside Augusta National at any time, so please pack a traditional camera.

Our insider tip is that today is also the best day to shop for souvenirs as some may run out by the end of the week. We highly recommend you buy a souvenir Masters chair which can be placed anywhere on the course and will remain vacant until you return to them – a great Masters tradition.

For some fun today you are advised to spend time at the Par 3, 16th hole, as players try to skip the ball over the pond and onto the green.

Wednesday

Play golf at

Palmetto Golf COurse

Including lunch and Cart

Palmetto Golf Course is a private members-only course located in Aiken. Non-Members can only play at Palmetto during Masters Week each year. The course, considered the 2nd oldest 18 hole course in the USA (after Chicago Golf Club), was designed by Alistair McKenzie just after he completed Augusta National.

We choose to play at Palmetto so you can have a taste of what it would be like to play Augusta. Whilst it does not have the luxurious clubhouse and surroundings like many private American courses, it makes up for it with it’s history and challenge.

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Thursday

Leisure day to

Explore Aiken

or purchase additional days at The Masters

Few towns in the Southeast offer more gracious charm than Aiken, South Carolina. Aiken is known as the “polo capital of the South” and it’s a place where horses still have right of way and diverse southern history can be viewed through its beautiful historic homes and museums. This is a very relaxing way to unwind and rest after a few days of golf.

Alternatively, in the afternoon, you could find yourself a local sports bar to settle in and watch the action of the First Round at the Masters on a big screen in the afternoon.

If you are looking for something in particular, just let us know and we can help with the arrangements.

Friday

Play golf at

Old Barnwell

Including lunch

The newest addition to the Aiken golf scene, Old Barnwell opened in 2023. Nestled on 575 acres of sandy soil and rolling hills surrounded by towering longleaf and loblolly pines, Old Barnwell is a private national club near historic Aiken, that allows members of the public access only during Masters Week.

This 18-hole gem requires strategy, shot-making, and a sense of humour. Created with inspiration from English heathland courses like Woodhall Spa and Swinley Forest, Old Barnwell presents top-flight players with an old-school challenge, while still offering an enjoyable, non-intimidating experience for the high handicapper and beginner.

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Saturday

Play golf at

The Reserve Golf Club

Including cart and lunch

Or attend the Masters (Additional fee)

The essence of the private Reserve Golf Club is the superb Nicklaus designed golf course featuring a beautiful layout on lush land with a dozen species of hardwoods and evergreens. The lakes are breathtaking as you the edges.

It is hard to ignore the opulence of the luxury pool, tennis courts, manicured gardens, and lots of timber and leather, in this southern style plantation golf clubhouse.

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Sunday

Attend the

Final Day of the Masters

Today you will attend the final day’s play of the 2025 US Masters Tournament. As soon as you get there, place your chair around the 18th green or fairway so you will be able to come back to watch the climax of the tournament. Wander the fairways following the leaders or base yourself at the 16th where Tommy Fleetwood scored a hole-in-one in 2021 and Stewart Cink did as well in 2022.

Transfers back to your hotel will be available until 30 minutes after the presentation of the Green Jacket to the 2025 US Masters Champion.

This is a day you will always remember!

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Imagine being at Augusta National to witness the drama that comes as the leaders play the back nine at the US Masters Tournament on Sunday! Join Teed Up Golf Tours, Australia’s leading US Masters tour specialists, on our 2025 US Masters Tour where we play 3 memorable games of golf and attend 2 days at the Masters, including Sunday’s Final Round.

Due to Teed Up’s long-term relationships and reputation we can secure guaranteed tickets, quality hotels and the best golf courses for the duration of the tour.

If you’d like to know more, click here to schedule a call with me now.

I look forward to seeing you on our 2025 US Masters tour!

Regards,
 
Mike Mosher
PGA Professional Director of Golf,
Teed Up Golf Tour

TOUR INCLUSIONS:

  • Eight nights Accommodation including:
    • 1 night in Atlanta at the Renaissance Hotel Airport Gateway (or similar)
    • 7 nights at The Carriage House Inn, Aiken, SC for Masters Week
  • Two amazing days at the 2025 US Masters Tournament including:
    • Tuesday Practice Round
    • Sunday Tournament Final Round
  • Three games of golf including:
    1. Palmetto Golf Course (with shared carts)
    2. The Reserve Golf Club (with shared carts)
    3. Old Barnwell Golf Club
  • Breakfasts each day
  • Welcome BBQ on your arrival into Aiken, including food and drinks
  • Exclusive access to our “First Round Masters Party” on the Thursday night with food and drinks
  • Exclusive Golf Presentation Dinner & drinks in Aiken on the Saturday night
  • Lunch after golf at The Reserve, Palmetto & Old Barnwell Golf Courses
  • Access to the Teed Up Augusta Hospitality Zone following the days at The Masters with drinks & snacks
  • Golf competitions and prizes
  • Group escorted by our experienced Masters Tour guides and Teed Up employees.
  • Regular shuttle transfers to and from hotels and golf courses
  • Group transfers from Atlanta to Aiken, SC on Monday 7th April 2025
  • Group transfers to Atlanta Airport on Monday 14th April 2025 at 9:00am

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Frequently Asked Questions

Apart from the high cost of the tickets, we have found that over the years you get too tired walking the course every day. You are often surprised at how steep the course is. Additionally, after watching golf for two or three days, many of our past guests prefer to go and hit some balls! 85% of previous attendees tell us that going on our chosen days gives a good balance. However, we are flexible as to the days you attend the Masters, and can arrange for you to attend additional days.

We choose not to stay in Augusta due to its limited accommodation and restaurant choices. Furthermore, traffic can be very heavy getting to the course from the north side where most people stay. In contrast, Aiken services a wealthy horse breeding area so the quality of restaurants and hotels are higher. It is only a 30 minute drive to the Augusta National course, avoiding the heavy traffic. 96% of attendees rated Aiken as an admirable alternative to be based. Many tour operators in Australia also do not escort the tour personally, choosing to simply sell a tour on behalf of a local operator based in Augusta where guests are left to their own devices, often making the trip more demanding and risky. Other operators book you into hotels in Colombia which can be a 90 minute drive to Augusta with traffic.

Yes! We welcome non-golfers, and at Pinehurst they have plenty of activities to fill their days. There is a large spa with pool, treatment rooms and sauna to name a few. There are many shops in the Village and day trips can be organised. We would recommend they attend at least one day at The Masters to appreciate the beauty of the course. In Aiken there are also day trips that can be arranged, for example, horse treks, massages and plenty of shopping! A 1 hour spa package at Pinehurst Resort & the Willcox Inn Spa is also included in the Non-Golfer package.

Tour Itinerary

Client testimonials

Meet the Teed Up Team

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Mike Mosher

Director of golf

Mike has been a AAA rated golf professional for the last 15 years and is a multi-awarded PGA Golf Professional with extensive experience playing not only throughout Australasia but in Canada & Japan.

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Bede Hendren

Managing director

Bede has spent the past fifteen years establishing and growing his own businesses in the Human Resources and the Travel and Tourism industry. He is currently the owner and Manager Director of Teed Up,  specialising in organizing corporate golf days and golf tours around Australia and overseas. 

Sandy Baltussen

Consultant & Tour Host

Sandy joined the Teed Up Team in 2014 and, having organised many golf trips away for her friends and family she knows exactly what our clients are looking for when it comes to golf touring.   Sandy brings with her extensive travel and golf experience through her background at British Airways and The Buggy Man.

Chrissy Hordern

Tour Host & Ambassador

Chrissy Hordern works as a Tour Host & Ambassador for Teed Up Golf. Chrissy hosted a US Masters Tour for AMEX Platinum & Centurion Card members in 2012 and subsequent tours for couples and friends travelling together to the US Masters & Pebble Beach in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2018.

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For every pro who’s ever dreamed about making it to the big time, the US Masters is the culmination of decades of hard work, determination and grit. The sound of the crowd in key moments has to be felt to be believed. The tension on the big putts on the 18th at Augusta is simply unforgettable, and enough to make your heart race. To make it here, you need to be the best, you have to earn it! It’s broken the hearts of many a great golfer, and it’s also turned some of the world’s best… into golfing legends. The Green Jacket is etched in folk law and many of golf’s greatest moments are created here at Augusta.

What memories will the next tournament bring? Who could forget Phil Mickelson finally breaking his Masters duck, by sinking a 20-foot putt in 2004? Or Tiger Woods introducing himself on the world stage in 1997, obliterating the competition by 12 strokes, and only a year after turning pro. Unbelievable at the time, but now one of the greatest moments in the history of golf.

Teed Up has been the leader in luxury escorted US Masters tours since 2003. Led by experienced tour guides you can be assured of a seamless experience and be left with memories for a lifetime. We know you have worked hard to be able to join us at The Masters so we want to reward you with an amazing experience.

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You may have heard some stories of friends buying tours or tickets to The Masters only to travel all the way to Augusta to find out their tickets are fraudulent or the accommodation is sharing a house with strangers or is way below what was promised. As you can see by our hundreds of testimonials you can trust that we will deliver to the highest expectation. Your Tour Host, Mike Mosher, has attended every Masters since 1999 so he is ready anytime to answer any of your questions.

Your next step to getting to the Masters is to review the tour itinerary and package options. You can also schedule a call with one of our tour experts.

You can book with confidence as we offer a 100% fully refundable deposit in case government regulations prevent the tour from going ahead.

Watching the US Masters on TV is an annual highlight for ever sports fan but nothing is better than it watching it live on the hallowed turf of Augusta! Don’t delay in joining us. Places on the tour are limited!

Being there in the crowd on the hallowed turf of Augusta where legends of past and present have played should be on every golfer’s bucket list. If your hard work has earnt you the ability to get there, we can take you there.

Picture yourself seeing Augusta National for the first time, or playing a beautiful course like Pinehurst No 2 well! Imagine enjoying a drink after golf with your playing partners and then fun nights round a delicious restaurant table where the noise volume goes up during the night as good wines and great food kick in. Go to bed exhausted and exhilarated and do it all again the next day. That’s what our clients tell us they love about our golf tours.

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Nestled in the heart of the deep south and home to some of golf’s most magical moments over the past 80 years, Augusta National Golf Club is known by many as the most famous course in the United States – if not the world.

Hosting the prestigious US Masters every year in the first full week of April, Augusta is a must-play for amateurs and professionals alike, and a must-see for every golf fan.

The course itself is steeped in history, evidenced by the naming of its three famous bridges: Hogan, Nelson, and Sarazen, referring to their namesakes’ unforgettable moments in the tournament’s early years.

Lightning-quick greens await those who can split its narrow, pine-tree-lined fairways. But beware the seemingly innocuous Hole 12. The shortest hole on the course, its sand and water traps have made many a pro look like an amateur – just spare a thought for Tom Weiskopf, who hit the highest ever score (13) on this Par 3 thanks multiple shots into the bunker and the infamous Rae’s Creek.

While the ultimate goal of every pro has been to earn a green jacket for winning the US Masters here at Augusta, it’s the history and significance of this much-celebrated course that makes Augusta National Golf Club the most iconic location in American golf.

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US Masters Golf Tours

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2022

Scottie Scheffler

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2021

Hideki Matsuyama

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2020

Dustin Johnson

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2019

Tiger Woods

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2018

Patrick Reed

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2017

Sergio García

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2016

Danny Willett

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″ el_class=”fun-facts”][vc_custom_heading text=”Fun Facts” font_container=”tag:h3|text_align:left” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner el_class=”slicked”][vc_column_text el_class=”slick-item”]“Amen Corner” – “Amen Corner” was first used by Herbert Warren Wind in his April 21, 1958. In a Golf Digest article in April 1984, 26 years later, Wind told about its origin. He said he wanted a catchy phrase to explain where some of the most exciting golf had taken place. Over the years the 11th, 12th Hole & 13th holes have served up exciting twists – one only has to go back to a few years to the 2016 Masters when Jordan Spieth going into Amen Corner had a 5 shot lead only to loose it with a bogey on the 11th and the infamous quadruple bogey on the 12th to loose all hopes of winning that year.

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text el_class=”slick-item”]The Green Jacket – Only members and winners are given the Famous Green Jacket. Winners are only allowed to take the jacket with them for the first 12months after winning, thereafter it needs to be retuned and kept at Augusta. The only Green Jacket that was never been returned was Gary Player’s who came up with every excuse in the book not to return it and was eventually allowed to keep it in his golfing Museum in South Africa.

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[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text el_class=”slick-item”]First Aussie to Win the Masters – Adam Scott became the first Australian to win the Masters in in 2013 breaking Australia’s long run, this was Scott’s first major win.

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I've had many friends join Mike and Bede at Teed Up Golf Tours on their trips to Augusta and The Open.

They all say they are the best trips they've ever been on.
John Senden
Retired US PGA Tour Player

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