What are the rules at the Masters?

What are the rules at the Masters?

Rules at The Masters include walk, don’t run; watch your words; don’t touch other people’s chairs — and more OutKick founder Clay Travis breaks down the chances of the golf legend performing well in The Masters a year after his serious car accident. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles!

What is a patron at the Masters?

For years, television announcer Jim Nantz has used that tagline to describe the prestigious golf tournament held each year in Augusta, Georgia. It’s appropriate because The Masters is a tournament unlike any other and features traditions unlike any other golf tournament in the world, one of which is referring to fans as patrons.

What is the policy for patrons at Augusta National golf tournaments?

Patrons are allowed a maximum of two gate entries per day. The policy applies to the Augusta National Women’s Amateur Championship final round, the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals, all practice rounds and all tournament days. Skin protection: A hat or visor is advisable.

What will happen to the patron-specifics at the Masters 2020?

The 2020 version of The Masters will undoubtedly be unlike any other tournament in the event’s storied history. All of the patron-specific traditions will be missing this year, along with the missing patrons.