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Ask any true golf fan what they will be do­ing dur­ing the first full week in April and the an­swer will al­ways be the same: Watch­ing the Masters.

But if you’ve grown tired of the early wake-ups, the theme mu­sic and the clichés pro­vided by the tele­cast, per­haps it’s time to ex­pe­ri­ence the tour­na­ment for your­self.

The Fa­nat­ics, which has been run­ning sports tours since 1997, can guar­an­tee en­try through the gates of Au­gusta Na­tional and un­der­stands and re­spects the tra­di­tions of the il­lus­tri­ous club.

Masters tours with the Fa­nat­ics in­clude: Ac­com­mo­da­tion at ho­tels within walk­ing dis­tance of Au­gusta, Masters badges, trans­fers to and from the course and the ser­vices of the com­pany’s highly-ex­pe­ri­enced guides.

There are a num­ber of pack­ages cur­rently avail­able for the 2019 Masters – which range from two nights and one day at the Masters (start­ing at US$1,990), right through to ni­nenight tours or full-week tour­na­ment ac­cess.

The nine-night tour, start­ing at US$8,990, be­gins in Los An­ge­les and in­cludes golf at Aviara Re­sort and Tor­rey Pines be­fore ar­riv­ing at Au­gusta in time to watch the tra­di­tional Par-3 Con­test. Badges to Thurs­day, Satur­day and Sun­day are also in­cluded.

These pack­ages re­flect the knowl­edge that watch­ing the world’s best play­ers grace the fair­ways of Au­gusta is the trip of a life­time for ev­ery golf fan. Ev­ery de­tail has been taken care of to en­sure ev­ery guest’s Masters dream comes true.

For more in­for­ma­tion, full itineraries and to book, visit www.the­fa­nat­ or call 1300 326 284.

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