The Masters

The Insider's Guide To Masters Week

How to make the most of a trip to Augusta for the season's first major

Best place to take a load off and still see plenty of action:

Up until 2010, the driving range was one of the few things that wasn't five-star at Augusta National. That is until the club decided to take an old patron parking lot and turn it into the envy of all practice facilities, one used exclusively for tournament week. It sits on 18 acres and stretches 400 yards in length, with room for more than three dozen players to warm up. There are also two greens and five bunkers to practice your short game. To the right of the range is a golf services building where players and caddies can eat and rest. But best of all is the ample bleacher seating for spectators to watch their favorite players hone their games.
Donald Miralle
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