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Wednesday: Par 3 Partee returns with Swingin' Medallions

After a year hiatus, a Masters Week tradition is returning to Augusta.

Thursday: Major Rager is back with Gov't Mule, Sirius radio gig

As spring and the Masters get into full “swing” it’s time once again to do a little spring cleaning. Gee, like sand at the beach, pollen does get into everything and besides, it would be nice to see my desk again. Hey, there’s my phone!

Augusta attractions

Getting tired of the action on the greens? Don't worry, not every local site is related to golf. Augusta is full of history and these attractions are proof. Here are some of the places that Augustans show guests when they come to town.

Augusta-area golf courses

Nothing is more inspiring than watching the best golfers in the world play in Augusta. Many local courses are sold out during Masters week, so it's strongly suggested to call in advance.

Getting around

Augusta is located on the south bank of the Savannah River midway between the Great Smokey Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.


Masters Week is about more than golf. Augusta's nightlife scene has a little something for everyone. And lets face it: spectating is hard work. Here are some places you might enjoy relaxing after a long day on the course.Search the database for nightclubs, pool and sports bars, coffeehouses......

Grab a bite »

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Things to do »

The city of Augusta offers a wide array of cultural and recreational activities for visitors and residents.

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