Sporting Events

The Masters

The Masters Golf Tournament is one of the four major championships in professional golf and comes to Augusta at the beginning of April every year.
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Minor League Baseball

After going without a baseball team for 25 years, modern day baseball returned to Augusta in 1988 with the Augusta Pirates. In 1994, the team was renamed the GreenJackets and moved into their newly built home, Lake Olmstead Stadium, in 1995.
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Augusta State sports

Augusta State's athletic programs compete at the Division II level in the Peach Belt Conference of the NCAA, except for the men's and women's golf programs, both of which are Division I Independents.
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Ironman 70.3 Event

Athletes start the day with a 1.2 mile swim in the Savannah River then take on a one-loop, hilly bike course through Georgia and into South Carolina. The day ends with a run through downtown Augusta.
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Area Golf Courses

With more than 10 golf courses in the area, Augusta offers everyone a place to play.
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Newman Tennis Center

Newman Tennis Center is a municipal tennis facility with 18 hard courts. It is operated by the Augusta Recreation, Parks & Facilities Department and is open to the public through hourly court fees or membership fees. Learn More »

Augusta Parks and Recreation Department

Augusta has a wide variety of parks, playgrounds, community buildings, aquatics facilities, Boating and Fishing areas, senior adult centers, youth and adult fitness classes and much more!
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