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On April 11, the first of golf’s four major competitions gets underway. The Masters Tournament, held at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious sporting events. Interested in attending this year’s festivities? Here’s a breakdown of all the different ticket types available.

Masters Weekly Badge

While the actual tournament doesn’t start until Thursday, April 11, The Masters is a week-long affair, complete with practice rounds and the always entertaining Par 3 contest. With the Masters weekly badge, you can have access to all of the festivities throughout the week, including all four days of the tournament.

Single-Day Practice Round

Those looking to check out players during their practice rounds can purchase a single-day practice round ticket, good for Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. While this will get you access to the pre-tournament activities on a given day, it won’t give you any kind of access once the official tournament gets going.

Single-Day Competition Badge

Augusta offers single-day competition badges, available Thursday through Sunday. These tickets get you in to one day of the tournament and prices vary based on the day you choose.

Thursday to Sunday Competition Badge

If you’re planning on spending the entire tournament walking the famous Augusta National course, you’ll want the Thursday to Sunday competition badge, which gives you access to see every golfer and every shot of the Masters.

Thursday to Friday Competition Badge

This badge will give you tournament access for the first two days, ensuring that you’ll have the chance to see any or all of the participating golfers.

Saturday to Sunday Competition Badge

The Saturday to Sunday badges are often quite expensive. Everyone wants to see the final pairing walk up the 18th green on Sunday.

Tickets for the Masters have always been extremely tough to obtain. Their exclusivity and the official application process result in only small amounts being available through ticketing websites. Hopefully, this information along with the SeatGeek app helps you get ahold of tickets for this phenomenal golf tournament.

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