Atlanta, USA

For golfers, April means one thing, The Masters at Augusta. Every golfer has spent that first full week of April transfixed by the legends of the game doing battle across Alister MacKenzie’s Georgian masterpiece. It’s a course on which icons of the game – Palmer, Woods, Player, Faldo and Nicklaus are among the multiple winners – have become all-time greats as they tackle Pink Dogwood, Yellow Jasmine, Azalea, Golden Bell and their fellow florally named holes. And it's a golfing event that transcends the sport to the point where even the most casual fan can discuss ‘Amen Corner’ and everyone knows of the prestige that comes with those that win the ‘Green Jacket’.

Witnessing The Masters first-hand, seeing the most skilled golfers on the planet up close, attempting to beat a course that has confounded even the very best for almost ninety years is simply unforgettable. Combine that with the experience of Atlanta, including the epic food scene, which takes you from Nan Thai Fine Dining to the grilled genius of Fox Bros Bar-B-Q, to the best steaks and seafood of Bones, and you have a golf experience to dine out on for years to come.

Where You Stay

The St Regis, Atlanta

In the super-cool Buckhead neighbourhood of Atlantia, pitching distance from the best shopping and with all the mod cons you could want from a luxury St Regis hotel.

Where You Play

Private Country Club Golf

We’ll open the doors to clubs around Atlanta that you can’t otherwise access. History, quality and privacy in spades.

The Must Do

Extend your stay and make the trip to Pinehurst, the cradle of American golf, home of the legendary nine courses – including the famed No.2 course, designed by Donald Ross – and a host of the Ryder Cup, US Open (men and women) and the PGA Championship.

When To Visit 

April, it’s the month it’s all about.

The Itinerary 

Day 1: Arrive Atlanta, overnight The InterContinental

Day 2: Private Atlanta Golf

Day 3: Private Atlanta Golf

Day 4: Private Atlanta Golf

Day 5: The Masters, Augusta, Return to Atlanta

Day 6: Departures


Optional Extension to Pinehurst Resort

Day 5: The Masters, Augusta, overnight The Carolina Inn

Day 6: Pinehurst No.8

Day 7: Pinehurst No.4

Day 8: Pinehurst No.2

Day 9: Tobacco Road, Departures

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What is special about Old Course, St Andrews?

The Old Course at St Andrews is renowned as the "Home of Golf" and is one of the oldest and most iconic golf courses in the world. It has hosted numerous prestigious tournaments, including The Open Championship. Its rich history, unique layout, and challenging holes, such as the famous Road Hole, make it a must-play for any golf enthusiast.

Where is St Andrews located?

St Andrews is located on the east coast of Scotland, in the county of Fife. It is a historic town known for its beautiful beaches, medieval ruins, and prestigious university, as well as its legendary golf courses.

What room options are there in Old Course Hotel?

The Old Course Hotel offers a range of luxurious room options, including Eden Rooms, Old Course Rooms, Fairway Suites, and the sumptuous Royal and Ancient Suite. Each room is elegantly designed, providing stunning views of the Old Course, the town of St Andrews, or the beautiful coastline.

What is included in this trip?

This trip includes accommodation at the Old Course Hotel, guaranteed tee times on the Old Course and other renowned courses in the area, daily breakfast, and access to the hotel’s spa and fitness facilities. Additionally, guests can enjoy personalised concierge services to assist with dining reservations, sightseeing tours, and other activities.

What is the best time of the year to golf at Old Course, St Andrews?

The best time of the year to golf at the Old Course, St Andrews, is from late spring to early autumn, specifically May through September. During these months, the weather is generally more favourable, with milder temperatures and longer daylight hours, providing optimal conditions for golfing.