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Golf Augusta Georgia

Historic and Championship Courses
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The Augusta, Georgia area is home to historic and championship level courses that are a must-play for any true player of the game. Visit the country's original Winter Retreat and play top courses throughout your stay. The Sports Traveler experience includes tee times, course transportation, lodging in cottages on exclusive courses or in top historic properties, and the world-famous southern hospitality. 


Golf Augusta VacationsHistoric Forest Hills Golf Course in Augusta Georgia


History. Golf. Tradition. Experience The Golf Capital of the World.  

You know Augusta, Georgia as the host city of The Masters Golf Tournament, but also the Augusta area is historically known as America's Winter Retreat and home to many of the USA's oldest, and most significant golf courses. Now you can experience Augusta during the 51 other weeks of the year. Stay in historic, luxury accommodations or onsite in cottages at the areas top golf courses. Exclusive Stay and Play Vacations are now available year round!


Golf the Historic & Championship Courses

When you visit the Augusta, Georgia area you will have the opportunity to play the courses that some of the greatest golfers of all time have played on, plus play the courses that the greatest players of all time have built! Play on the course that Bobby Jones won his first tournament, or golf the courses that the legends Palmer, Nicklaus, and Player designed. 

Courses on this tour include:

Forest Hills: founded in 1926, home of Bobby Jones first tournament win and his training course. 
The River Golf Club - rated of the Top 5 new courses by Golf Digest
The Reserve Club - located in nearby Aiken, South Carolina
Champions Retreat - three 9-hole courses designed by Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and Jack Nicklaus
The Aiken Golf Club - located in nearby Aiken, South Carolina


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Experience True Southern Hospitality & Historic Lodging in Augusta!

The Partridge Inn is known throughout the world as "The Grand Hotel of the Classic South". Built in 1816, the home was owned by Governor of Georgia, George Walton, who was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The hotel opened in 1910 as an up-scale hotel. Everyone from U.S. Presidents, celebrities, and sports icons have stayed at the The Partridge Inn. 

It is located on a hill above the city of Augusta, overlooking this historic city. Enjoy this 4-star hotel featuring rooms appointed with modern amenities, Wi-Fi, 42-inch screen TV's, and upscale interior decor. Enjoy on-site dining, including expansive outdoor dining, and local area shuttles to downtown shopping, dining, and entertainment districts. 


Play Golf like a Legend. Explore Civil War History. Experience Augusta. 

Augusta, Georgia has something for every member of your family. For Golfers, play historic courses where Bobby Jones played and the Grand Slam of Golf began. For history buffs, take in a Civil War historic tour. And for those that want to relax, cruise down the Augusta Canal at sunset. 




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The golf trip that's game for the entire family! 

Bring the family with you for a great getaway that has something for everyone! Golfer and Non-Golfer activities are available for each day of your stay. Non-golfer activities can include personalized and guided Civil War and Revolutionary walking tours, taking a James Brown Historical Tour, exploring the Savannah River by kayak, hiking, or visiting the Augusta Museum of History. 


Bobby Jones historic plaque at Forrest Hills Golf Course in Augusta, Georgia. Augusta Golfer Experiences: 

(suggested 3 nights)
- Accommodations at the Partridge Inn, a Curio Collection Hotel
- Reserved tee time at Forest Hills Golf Course
- Reserved tee time at The River Golf Club or The Reserve Club
- Reserved tee time at Champions Retreat (2 courses)
- Daily course transfers if neccessary
- Full breakfast daily
- Airport meet and greet with transfers to hotel
- All greens fee, cart rental, caddie included only at Champions Retreat


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Augusta River in Augusta GeorgiaAugusta Golf + Family Activities Experiences:

(suggested 3 nights)
- Accommodations at the Partridge Inn, a Curio Collection Hotel
   Reserved tee time at Forest Hills Golf Course, The River Golf Club or The Reserve Club
   Reserved tee time at Champions Retreat (2 courses)
    Walking tour of historic Civil War and Revolutionary War
    James Brown Historic Tour or Outdoor Kayaking Adventure
    Kayaking or Canal Boat Adventure
- Full breakfast daily
- Airport meet and greet with transfers to hotel


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Suggested Itinerary (3 nights):

Day 1: Arrive at the Partridge Inn, Curio Collection by Hilton. If you fly in, we will pick you up at the airport. Spend the evening relaxing by the pool, or dining outdoors at the hotel on the "big porch" in true Southern style! 


Day 2: 
Today you will play nearby Forrest Hills Golf Course, founded in 1926. This course is legendary for being the site of Bobby Jones first Grand Slam. Transportation can be provided to and from the hotel to the course and carts are provided at the course.   

Today you will explore Augusta on a guided, private walking tour. Social distancing and safety protocols will be in place throughout your tour. Stops will include the historic downtown, the Augusta Museum, and more! 

In the evening, meet back up for an evening on the town to experience real Southern hospitality and cuisine at one of the many outdoor dining options available in downtown. 


Day 3: 
Today you will play your choice of Champions Retreat, located in nearby Evans, Georgia and designed by the legends of Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and Jack Nicklaus. Or you will play The Reserve Club in Aiken, SC. Transportation is included to either course. Add on an additional night and play both courses! Caddie and cart are provided for Champions Retreat. Carts are provided for The Reserve Club. 
Today we will explore the river and canals of Augusta! We will start the day on the South Carolina side of the Augusta River and take a kayaks to explore all the beauty of the area. Those that are game for a canal ride on a boat can experience the beauty of the area without having to paddle.