Apply now for 2013 Masters tickets

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 7:33 PM
Last updated Wednesday, May 2, 2012 12:08 AM
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Apply now for 2013 Masters tickets

The Masters Tourna­ment and Augusta National Golf Club opened up the application process for 2013 Masters tickets on Tuesday.

All applications must be done online at www.masters.com and only one application per person or address will be accepted (one per household).

All applicants must be 21 years or older.

Practice round tickets for Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday will cost $50 each.

The deadline to apply is July 30, and all applicants will be notified in mid-August.

The maximum allocation is four per person, and anyone can apply.

Daily tournament tickets also will be made available in very limited quantities, according to the club.

The cost is $75 each. Patrons who already receive series badges are not eligible for these tickets. June 30 is the deadline to apply, and all applicants will be notified in mid-July.

Applicants, if selected, are eligible to win only one day.

– From staff reports

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palmetto1008 05/01/12 - 10:04 pm
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Oh, the irony in the

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Oh, the irony in the placement of the frontpage stories. Yes, please apply for masters tickets....one ticket/one price gets you a tour of the Augusta National and our local jail.

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FriedFacts 05/02/12 - 04:13 am
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Maybe many people will change

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Maybe many people will change their minds about coming to Augusta after reading about the arrests and locals can get some tickets. We know how to avoid the deputies and stay out of jail. Out of towners don't.

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