Augusta National Golf Club, located in the American city of Augusta, Georgia, is one of the most famous and exclusive golf clubs in the world.
Its home to the Masters - perhaps one of the greatest golf events on any calendar.
Founded by Bobby Jones on the site of a former tree nursery, the club opened for play in January 1933.
Since 1934 it has been host of the annual Masters Tournament, one of the four major championships in professional golf.
Augusta National is generally regarded as the most revered golf course on the PGA Tour. Since the Masters is held at the same venue every year, fans have the unique opportunity to become familiar with the course, something the other three rotating majors do not afford.
The course is well known for its botanic beauty as well. Because the Masters is held the first weekend following the first full week in April, the flowers of the trees and shrubs bordering the course are in full bloom during the tournament. Each hole on the course is named after the tree or shrub with which it has become associated.
Unlike almost every other private or public golf course in the United States, Augusta National has apparently never been rated. During the 1990 Masters Tournament, a team of USGA raters organized by Golf Digest evaluated the course and gave it an unofficial rating of 76.2 and a slope of 148.
Membership Augusta National Golf Club has about 300 members at any given time.
Fees are reported to range between $250,000 and $500,000.
Membership is strictly by invitation; there is no application process.
For more about the course - visit The Masters
Are you kidding? Must have an invitation from a member... and that is tough.
£100000.00 (Jnr £100000.00)
Sorry, this club has not added their Membership prices.