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Where do people stay during the Masters? Good Hotels?

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I don't know of any hotels but i know people rent out their houses.  A nice place that can keep 5-6 people can get up to $15,000 for the week.  Obviously a huge week for the community and there are a couple housing associations that inspect and fix up the houses before the tournament.

Hotels are probably all booked by now, might have to search further outside of Augusta.

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I can't remember the exact hotel I stayed at in 2008, but I know it was about 20 minutes down the highway from Augusta. If you haven't been before, augusta is a relatively small town...so the options are minimal. The closer you stay, the more expensive it will obviously be. I would suggest just jumping on expedia or one of those sites and doing a search. Cuz I have no idea what you're budget is. But I just realized that I recently responded to your post about not having the money for lessons, so you may end up staying in Ohio. ha ha! Just playing with you. good luck...times a running out so most hotels will be booked up and pricey!
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Yeah, if you're talking about this year's Masters, then good luck.  Try Macon or Columbia.

I think he lives in Columbia, which would be convenient for him. :-D

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Depending on what you're willing to accept you can find a room in town even as late as tournament week.  It'll be in the bad part of town and the room will be crummy (and you'll pay more for it than you should), but you can find a place to stay.  But if you're driving over from Columbia I'd just commute everyday, unless you've got the budget to be overcharged for a room in the better part of town.

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My gf and I are staying in Atlanta (extremely cheap for nice hotels like the hilton, sheraton, etc.) and will be making the 2.5+ hour drive early Monday morning to go to the practice round. Didn't even bother trying to find lodging in or near Augusta. Besides, my gf has never been to Atlanta, so figured for the other days we are down there, we can do some sightseeing. With that said, if I had tickets for more than one day, I definitely wouldn't be making that 5+ hour roundtrip on multiple days and would have tried to find lodging in or around Augusta.

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