Northbrook Preschool – Northbrook Preschool Auction 2017
Auction Ends: Mar 26, 2017 10:00 PM EDT

Golf & Sports Gear

Par 3 Tournament Day at the Masters - April 5, 2017 by Miss Sara and Miss Lisa Class

Item Number
Estimated Value
$1,500 USD
$1,700 USD to fqb66d09f
Number of Bids
12  -  Bid History

Item Description

With its iconic green jacket and long and storied history, the Masters Golf Tournament truly is a tradition unlike any other. Spend a day with 2 practice round badges enjoying golf's most beautiful setting and seeing the greatest players in the world as they each prepare to make a run for their chance at a green jacket.  The azaleas are breathtaking and Amen corner is picturesque. This amazing basket from Miss Sara and Miss Lisa's 3s class also includes a stylish official Masters tournament bag, a Masters coffee table book, an autographed Masters A to Z children's book and $50.00 to spend on concessions or a souvenir of your choice!  Don't miss this opportunity of a lifetime!


Details about Wednesday, April 5 at the Masters Via a Testimony:

I like the practice rounds because you can take cameras, and on Wednesday, there's the par-3 contest. (During the tournament proper, you're not even supposed to bring a cell phone on the premises.) While parts of the par 3 are now televised, it's still a part of Augusta National most golfers don't get to see. And during the par 3, you get to see players such as Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and other legendary Masters champions who no longer opt to the play in the championship event. Again, this is a time when the players let their hair down, often employing family members -- even young children -- to caddie for them.


Itemized List: 

*2 practice round badges-priceless 

*A Masters bag

*A Masters Coffee table book 

*Autographed Masters A to Z children's book from Julie Ferris

*$50.00 Visa Gift card for Concessions/Souvenirs


Other Important Information about this basket:

The buyer will be required to sign a legal document, prior to receiving badges, stating that they will abide by the Augusta National rules and the Masters golf tournament rules.