The Masters is truly an event unlike any other. Since 1930, when Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts started the Masters by carving Augusta National out of a swatch of land in the rolling Georgia Hills, Masters Tickets have been coveted by sports fans everywhere. This year's Masters, of course, will be no different. Tiger Woods will look to win his 5th Green Jacket and start the 2008 Major season off the only way he can in his effort to win the Grand Slam - with a victory. Just Great Tickets is your best connection to Masters Tickets.
The 2008 Masters is about more than just Tiger Woods continuing his blazing hot start to the 2008 golf season. Phil Mickelson, golf's number two player, looks to win his third Green Jacket, while international golf heroes Sergio Garcia, Ernie Els and Padraig Harrington, have yet to win the Masters, and all will be looking to do so this year. Not to mention American Zach Johnson, last year's Cinderella story, looks to defend his title. Masters tickets, of course, will be in great demand, as they are every year. Rivalries are what make The Masters special, and having Masters Tickets will allow you to say you saw what could be a storybook tournament with moments that truly last a lifetime. Imagine having had Masters Tickets in 1935 as Gene Sarazen holed out from the fairway for double eagle on the 15th hole en route to winning in a playoff. Or in the 1940's and 1950's, watching each year as Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and Jimmy Demaret negotiated "Amen Corner," competing in shot for shot competition for the coveted Green Jacket. Masters Tickets were truly in demand when Arnold Palmer dominated Augusta National late 1950's and early 1960's. Arnie's Army flocked to the course to cheer their hero to victory in 1958, 1960, 1962 and 1964. The most dramatic of those wins was in 1960, when Palmer thrilled all with Masters Tickets by birdieing the 71st and 72nd holes on the way to a one shot victory over Ken Venturi. Palmer was an incredible fan favorite, but the Augusta faithful never embraced any golfer like Jack Nicklaus, who won 6 Masters Championships, more than any other golfer. Golf fans with Masters Tickets during the Golden Bear's reign were treated to some incredible moments, including his 40 foot birdie on 16 to cinch victory in 1975, colossal battles with Tom Watson when each and every shot had the tournament hanging in the balance, and of course his miracle win in 1986, at the age of 46. Masters Ticket holders have seen great repeat champions over the years, fan favorites like Tom Watson, Ben Crenshaw and Nick Faldo, as well as incredible stories like Larry Mize and his miracle chip in to beat Greg Norman in 1987. But no Masters was more memorable than in 1997 when a 21 year old Tiger Woods blistered the field and set a course record -18 on the way to the first of his 4 Green Jackets. Masters Tickets will not be easy to come by this year. The golf season has gotten off to a tremendous start and no one is hotter than Tiger Woods. Just Great Tickets has Masters Tickets right now! Turn to Just Great Tickets for those hard to get Masters Tickets.