2016 Events Calendar
2017 Masters House
The MiGCSA has been able to secure a house just ten minutes away from Augusta National Golf Club for the week of the 2017 Master Tournament.The house comes with daily maid service and space is available on a first come first serve basis. Please click the link below for more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to reserve your spot.
If this is successful the goal is to have it available every year. All GCSAA Class A Members are eligible to gain free admission to the tournament. More details below.
From the GCSAA:
Getting into the tournament
To gain admission to the tournament, present your current GCSAA membership card along with your driver’s license at the Gate C/PGA booth each day. The Gate C/PGA booth is located just inside Gate 6, which is a walk-in gate located off Berckmans Road.
You must be a GCSAA Class A, ART or AA member — in good standing — in order to take advantage of this unique member benefit. Please verify your classification and status before making any travel arrangements.
You must have a valid form of picture ID along with your GCSAA membership card.
If you should exit the grounds at anytime during the day, you will be required to re-enter through Gate 6 and check back in at the Gate C/PGA booth, where once again, you will be required to present your GCSAA membership card and driver’s license to gain admittance.
Hold onto to your pass. Upon leaving the grounds, maintain possession of your daily pass and under no circumstances should you sell it, throw it away or give it away as a souvenir to anyone you do not know.
No cell phones allowed. No cell phones or other electronic devices are permitted on the grounds at any time.
Cameras only during practice rounds. Cameras are permitted during the practice rounds (Monday – Wednesday), but are not permitted on the grounds starting Thursday.
Any violation of Augusta National's ticket, cell phone or camera policies will result in a lifetime ban from Masters tournaments – no questions asked and no excuses accepted. To date, 18 GCSAA members have been banned for life from future tournaments.