The Excitement of the Masters, the Splendor of the Old South

February 17th, 2014 by John Nichols

Nestled in the heart of the historic Summerville district on a quiet hilltop overlooking Augusta, Georgia, The Partridge Inn is located just two miles from Augusta National Golf Club, home to the ultimate golfer’s experience, the Masters.

“The perfect setting for that special occasion.”

-S. Wilkie via Facebook

For more than a century, The Partridge Inn has hosted world events, presidential visits and lavish social functions. Known as “The Grand Hotel of the Classic South,” the hotel has earned a reputation for luxurious accommodations, award-winning dining and personalized service, creating legendary memories for guests. Established in 1892 during Augusta’s heyday as the South’s premiere winter resort destination, the original building was built as a private residence 178 years ago and lives up to its richly vibrant past even today. Recently renovated to offer the modern comforts and  amenities you’ve come to expect from a luxury property, The Partridge Inn is exquisite in every way.

“I grew up in Augusta. My childhood dream was to stay at the Partridge Inn. I would pass it many times and it looked so gigantic and inviting. So this weekend I stayed there … and fulfilled my childhood dream.”

-D.K. Holmes via Facebook

During Masters week, guests will enjoy dinner or a cocktail on more than a quarter-mile of verandahs and balconies wrapping around the hotel, or a swim in the secluded outdoor pool. Or as they say in the South, anything your little heart desires.

Bullseye Event Group has arranged for three Hotel Packages at The Partridge Inn to choose from:

PAR 3
April 9-11
Two-night accommodations
Tickets to the Masters Par 3 Practice round on Wednesday and the Opening Tournament Round on Thursday
Daily transfers to and from Augusta National
Daily Southern Style Buffet Breakfast

OPENING ROUNDS
April 9-11
Two-night accommodations
Tickets to the Masters on Thursday and Friday
Daily transfers to and from Augusta National
Daily Southern Style Buffet Breakfast

WEEKEND ROUNDS
April 11-14
Three-night accommodations
Tickets to the Masters on Saturday and Sunday
Daily transfers to and from Augusta National
Daily Southern Style Buffet Breakfast

“Wish I could live here! Just saying …”

-A. Clemmons via Facebook

From the day that Morris Partridge, a northerner who frequently vacations in Augusta, transforms it to a hotel in 1892, The Partridge Inn is a charming introduction to all Augusta has to offer. In addition to the Masters, guests can enjoy numerous sights and attractions just minutes away, including tours of the most beautiful antebellum homes in the South, the Appleby Library, Enterprise Mill, Confederate Powerworks, Riverwalk, the Woodrow Wilson Home and more. For a unique adventure, visit the Haunted Pillar on Broad Street. Local legend holds that after a cyclone leveled the Lower City Market, only the pillar remained, and a preacher suggested that anyone daring to touch it would meet instant death … Ooooo, very Sleepy Hollow

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