FrontRunners: Masters Plan

  • John Lyon

Located an hour’s drive from Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia’s Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation, is aiming to lure PGA Tour fans who want to play golf, rather than simply spectate, during the 2013 Masters Tournament. The resort’s Ultimate Club Experience (www.reynoldsplantation.com), which is priced from $2,049 per person per night (excluding tournament tickets), is available from April 8 through 14 and includes daily rounds on the property’s National, Plantation, and Landing courses. Participants will stay in a club-level guest room at the resort—which is set on 30 acres overlooking Lake Oconee—and enjoy such perks as chauffeured car service to and from the Masters.

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