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The Masters: Three Ways to Get in the Spirit

Wednesday, Mar 24, 2021  |  admin  |  Golf


It’s hard to believe that the last Masters tournament was just a little over four months ago (thanks, COVID.) But this year, The Masters begins on April 5. That puts the event back on its normal annual schedule–in sync with the blooming of the beautiful azaleas at Augusta National. Are you as excited about the tournament as we are? Fun times are ahead, so let’s get in the spirit of the game. Here are three ways to do just that.

Watch “The One in November” documentary

“The One in November” is a half-hour documentary debuting on ESPN. Produced by Augusta National Golf Club, it gives fans a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at what it took to make The Masters happen this past November. Numerous challenges were conquered to make the event a reality during the COVID-19 pandemic. Officials and executives provide a rare glimpse into their roles as they prepared for the Masters. There are also highlights from Tiger Woods, Fred Ridley, and Cameron Champ. Watch The One in November preview

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Make a pimento cheese sandwich

The food at The Masters is well known for its simple, southern deliciousness, not to mention incredibly inexpensive. The most popular item is The Masters Pimento Cheese Sandwich. Costing only $1.50, it’s a bargain, especially for concession food. Even though The Masters Pimento Cheese recipe is a closely guarded secret, you can easily make your own yummy version using this five-star-rated recipe. Enjoy your Masters-themed sandwich with a nice, cold beverage while watching the tournament on ESPN. 

Play a memorable game of golf

Our Harbor Club golf course is conveniently located halfway between Augusta and Atlanta, just a few miles off Interstate 20. As you’re probably aware, Augusta is fairly busy with people during Masters Week, especially now that patrons are invited back to watch the 2021 tournament. But at Harbor Club, you can escape most of the crowds and enjoy beautiful Lake Oconee. Designed by Tom Weiskopf (a four-time Masters runner-up himself) and Jay Morrish, our course winds through wooded hillsides, skirts four creeks, and touches the lake six times. Typical of Weiskopf-Morrish courses, it’s all about risk and reward, making it challenging yet great fun to play. What’s more, we’ve got Masters Week golf specials that make playing here even more enticing.

If you’ve got lingering questions about the 2021 Masters, look at our 2021 Masters FAQs for helpful answers. And if you’re curious to learn more about playing golf at Harbor Club or would like to book a tee time, contact our Pro Shop today. Cheers to a fantastic Masters Week.