Interested in getting to Augusta National for the Masters but can’t find and/or afford tickets?
Here’s one way to get on the hallowed grounds: work at the golf course during tournament week.
Augusta National’s official Masters website has a jobs page for prospective employees. The club says it’s looking for thousands of people to fill jobs in concessions, hospitality and merchandise operations. Specific jobs include barista, forklift driver, cashier, overnight sandwich prep and merchandise.
The application process opened last Monday and will stay open until Dec. 4. ANGC is looking to staff three events: the Augusta National Women’s Amateur (April 6), the Drive, Pitch and Putt National Finals (April 7) and Masters Tournament week (April 8 to April 14). If you intend to apply, you have to work all nine days. Be ready for long days, too, as the jobs site indicates: “Depending on your position, you may work between 10-14 hours each day.”
ANGC is asking people to only apply for one position and notes that “selected applicants will receive offer letters via email beginning in mid-January and continuing through March 2024.”
The jobs page makes no mention of whether any of these positions allow for free time to watch any of the events.