Perfect Spot, Homemade Biscuits & Gravy

February 24th, 2014 by comp Order

Located just a mile and a half from Augusta National Golf Club, the Ramada Augusta Downtown Hotel and Conference Center is the perfect spot for an excellent Masters tournament experience.

Rich in Golf History. The Ramada Augusta Downtown and Ramada Worldwide are part of the  Wyndham Hotel Group, title sponsors of the Wyndham Championship since 2007. Founded in 1938 as the Greater Greensboro Open, the Wyndham Championship is the final stop on the PGA Tour’s FedExCup regular season, and takes place in mid-August at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina. Patrick Reed holds the Championship title for 2013.

Memorable Grub. Guests attending the Masters can start each day with homemade biscuits and gravy or another regional selection at the Ramada’s Southern Style Hot Buffet Breakfast before heading off to August National. After the tournament, enjoy panoramic views while dining at the penthouse-level Eagles Nest Rooftop Lounge. And if you fancy a little southern style evening stroll, 25 different restaurants and bars are waiting to serve you within walking distance from the hotel, including Augusta’s own Frog Hollow Tavern and its newest establishment, Farmhaus Burger –both feature locally- and regionally-grown, seasonal ingredients. Yum!

Bullseye Event Group has arranged for three Hotel Packages at the Ramada Augusta Downtown 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 9-12
Three-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 11-13
Three-night accommodations
Tickets to the Masters on Saturday and Sunday
Daily transfers to and from Augusta National
Daily Southern Style Buffet Breakfast

So many attractions, so little time! Stroll the streets of downtown Augusta for boutiques, historic buildings and antique shopping. Admire the eclectic collection of local memorabilia and historical artifacts at the Augusta Museum of History. Dine on the banks of the Savannah River at the Augusta Riverwalk. Learn local history on a carriage tour of Augusta. There’s so much to see and do, you’ll be planning your return in no time!

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