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The Masters Golf Tournament is the first major of the year on the PGA Tour. It is played at the private Augusta National Golf Club which was established in 1934. The Masters is played the first week of April annually and is one of the hardest golf tickets to obtain. CapitalCityTickets.com carries weekly badges, practice round tickets, and VIP hospitality passes at a discount.

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Past 5 Masters Champions
2016 Danny Willet | 2015 Jordan Spieth | 2014 Bubba Watson | 2013 Adam Scott | 2012 Bubba Watson | 2011 Charl Schwartzel
If you are a fan of The Masters you may also like the PGA Championship or the US Open.

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