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Want tickets — or badges — to the Masters? It’s possible, but it is not easy unless you are willing to shell out the big bucks.
There are three ways to get in during Masters week: Patron badges, daily tournament tickets, and practice round tickets. Below we take a look at how to obtain all three.
Owning a patron badge is a lot like being a season-ticket holder for the Green Bay Packers, except more mysterious because nobody outside of Augusta National knows how many exist.
Once you have one, you can keep it for the rest of your life. You pay $375 each year, and you have access to the entire week at Augusta National for the Masters.
Children aged 8-16 can attend for free if they are with somebody with a patron badge. They do not have to be related.
The waiting list for badges
If a person who owns a patron badge dies, it can only be transferred to a surviving spouse. Other family members are not eligible. If there is no surviving spouse, the badge goes back into the pool and is awarded to somebody on the waiting list.
The patron waiting list is uber-exclusive. Augusta National first created it …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Sports