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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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Q: When is the 2017 Masters Golf Tournament?
A: The 2017 Masters Golf Tournament will be held on April 5-9 at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA.
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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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Ariya Jutanugarn shoots 64 to take Canadian lead
       
PRIDDIS, Alberta (AP) Ariya Jutanugarn had five birdies in a six-hole stretch and shot an 8-under 64 on Friday to take a three-stroke lead in the Canadian Pacific Women's Open. A week after withdrawing from the Rio Olympics because of a left knee injury, the 20-year-old Thai star played 20 holes Friday at Priddis Greens. She bogeyed the par-5 18th for a 68 in the completion of the delayed first round, then made eight birdies in her bogey-free second round. South Korea's In Gee Chun and Northern Ireland's Stephanie Meadow were tied for second. Chun closed birdie-eagle for a 67. Meadow had a 69. The former Alabama player had a seven-hole stretch without a par, making three straight birdies, three straight bogeys and a par. Three-time champion Lydia Ko was four strokes back, and Canadian Brooke Henderson was eight behind. In the event before the Olympics, Jutanugarn won the Women's British Open for her fourth victory of the year. She won three straight tournaments in May, and shares the tour victory lead w
       
Spieth has no chance against Spelling Bee co-champion
       
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) Jordan Spieth was no match for the National Spelling Bee co-champion - with spelling and, ultimately, with putting. Jairam Hathwar revealed after sharing the Spelling Bee title in May that he loved golf and that Spieth was his favorite player. Spieth invited the 13-year-old to The Barclays this week at Bethpage Black. His corporate sponsor, AT&T, arranged for a spelling contest on the green . For each word they spelled correctly, they could move the ball closer to the hole. For each word spelled wrong, they moved farther from the hole. Hathwar got all three of his - borborygmus, succedaneum and drahthaar. Spieth missed his three - zoysia, logorrhea and triskaidekaphobia. The teen rapped in his short putt. Spieth missed from longer range. ''You won the challenge,'' Spieth told him. ''Shocker, I know.''
       
Dredge hits 66 to grab 3-shot lead in Denmark
       
FARSOE, Denmark (AP) Bradley Dredge hit five birdies in the front nine and finished with a 5-under 66 Friday as he surged to a three-shot lead amid windy conditions at the Made In Denmark tournament. The Welshman, runner-up in 2014, bogeyed the 13th before finishing the second round with a birdie and four pars. That left Dredge at 13 under, three clear of Sweden's Joakim Lagergren, who shot a 70 as the wind picked up at Himmerland Golf and Spa Resort. Richard Sterne of South Africa and Ryder Cup hopeful Thomas Pieters of Belgium are tied for third at 9 under. Made in Denmark is the last tournament before Darren Clarke will make his three captain's picks for the European team.
       
Henrik Stenson withdraws from The Barclays
       
The first leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs will have to go on without one of the hottest golfers on the planet right now. Henrik Stenson, who won the British Open in July and a silver medal at the Olympics, withdrew from The Barclays at Bethpage State Park (Black) in Farmingdale, N.Y., after finishing his first round Thursday due to a right knee injury. Stenson statement on WD: "My right knee, which required surgery in December, 2015, has flared up again." — PGA TOUR Media (@PGATOURmedia) August 25, 2016 Little else is known about Stenson’s injury, but the 2013 FedEx Cup champion won’t have much time to recoup if he wants to compete in the Deutsche Bank Championship over Labor Day Weekend. However, Stenson currently sits in the No. 14 spot in the the FedEx Cup standings, so he could conceivably miss a few weeks and still make it to the final leg at the Tour Championship. But making it back in time for the FedEx Cup playoffs isn’t the only concern for Stenson. We’re also just a few weeks away
       
WATCH: Highlights | Patrick Reed and Martin Laird lead after Round 1 at The Barclays
       
In the opening round of The Barclays 2016, Patrick Reed and Martin Laird share the lead with a number of other contenders following close behind.
       
Stenson withdraws with pain in his knee
       
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) British Open champion Henrik Stenson has withdrawn from The Barclays with pain his right knee. Stenson, who won the silver medal at the Olympics two weeks ago, opened with a 74 at Bethpage Black and felt enough discomfort in his knee that he thought it best to withdraw. Still to come for the 40-year-old Swede are three additional FedEx Cup playoff events and the Ryder Cup over the next five weeks. Stenson had surgery on the same knee during the offseason. He started the playoffs at No. 14 and likely will fall out of the top 20. The top 30 advance to the finale at the Tour Championship.
       
Reed, Laird share early lead at Barclays
       
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) Patrick Reed didn't break anything Thursday except par. Two days after Reed broke the gavel during the ceremonial closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange, the American kept a clean card and shot 5-under 66 to share the early lead with Martin Laird at The Barclays. Laird also played bogey-free at Bethpage Black. They had a one-shot lead over Emiliano Grillo and a pair of Ryder Cup hopefuls, Rickie Fowler and Kevin Chappell. Defending champion Jason Day, the No. 1 player in the world, shot a 68. Reed hasn't won this year and is No. 8 in the Ryder Cup standings. This is the final week for Americans to earn the eighth automatic spots on the team. Reed is playing for the third straight week, starting with the Olympics.
       
Jordan Spieth regretted not being at the Rio Olympics
       
Jordan Spieth, who opted not to compete at the Summer Games in Brazil in the wake of the country's Zika virus outbreak, admitted to having a major case of the regrets when saw Justin Rose, Henrik Stenson, Matt Kuchar and fellow Tour players teeing off and winning medals in Rio for golf's first Olympic appearance in 112 years.“I watched it. I really enjoyed it. It came off I thought tremendous for the game," the 23-year-old former No. 1 said prior to the Barclays, as reported by For the Win. "I enjoyed watching the finish to the Olympics and I wished I was there.""At the time I made the decision, it was the right decision for me," Spieth continued. "And I told you guys in that press conference, it was the hardest thing I’ve had to do. The potential for regret was going to be there and it certainly was while I was watching, so that’s why I tweeted out, ‘I’m looking forward to setting it as a goal to be there in 2020.'”Spieth's Olympic fever wasn't just limited to golf:And this new apprec
       
McIlroy admits he was ‘pleasantly surprised’ by Olympic golf
       
After being one of those most critical of the concept of Olympic golf, Rory McIlroy is sort of coming around on the concept. McIlroy admitted that he’d watched a bit of the golf and came away impressed with how it turned out. “It pleasantly surprised me,” McIlroy said Wednesday, via Jason Sobel of ESPN. “There was more people at the golf events than there was at the athletics. It was good to see, it really was. It seems like it was a great atmosphere down there. I think it was one of the cheaper tickets, as well, and I think that encouraged a lot of people to go. “To see the crowds and see the turnout, I was glad to be somewhat proven wrong.” McIlroy had some very negative comments about Olympic golf before he got to see the spectacle. By his own admission, he didn’t think it would be very interesting, but he seems to have come around.
       
Zach Johnson unloads on Olympic golf
       
You can add Zach Johnson to the list of golfers who have no intention of ever representing their country at the Olympics. After a practice round at the Barclays Championship on Monday, Johnson was asked if he watched any of the Rio Olympics. He said he watched “a lot,” but he most certainly didn’t follow along with the sport he plays. “Oh, I didn’t watch golf,” Johnson told Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post. “I’d rather watch the sports that should be in the Olympics. I’d rather watch the athletes who train for four years for that one week. I’d rather watch swimming and diving, track and field — the athletes that are relevant for one week. All of our [golf] athletes are relevant 24-7, 365. I just don’t see the need for golf to be in the Olympics. Same thing with basketball. It’s relevant all the time. LeBron James, Kevin Durant? They’re relevant all the time.” Tell us how you really feel, Zach. The 2015 Open Championship winner took it a step further, saying he has a “str

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