Don’t Head Home After Holly … Augusta Post The Masters.

Madison Drummond, Augusta, GA …

Once the final putt has dropped at the Masters, here’s five things to see and do outside the National.

1. Take a walk down the Riverwalk


This scenic path that stretches parallel to the Savannah River and has many beautiful sights of nature. Patrons still desiring one more walk in Augusta should make this a pit stop.
After your walk, visit one of the many shops or eateries around the Riverwalk, like Boll Weevil Cafe, known for their rich slices of cake and other decadent desserts.

2. Eat at TBonz, where the natives eat steak


This Augusta staple is worth the wait. With two locations conveniently located around many Masters rentals, this steakhouse is renowned for their impressive cuts of meat and irresistible Tommy Fries- homestyle fries drenched in ranch, bacon and shredded cheese.

3. Enjoy some art at the Morris Museum


Located in historic Downtown Augusta, Morris Museum of Art has many pieces that exhibit classic Southern art styles. A big plus- Admission is only $5 for an adult.

4. Try Sunday special of crab legs from Rhineharts


Another must eat while in the Garden City is Rhineharts Oyster Bar. In a beyond casual atmosphere, shirt and shoes are barley required. With nightly drink specials and a menu full of southern cooking, it is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Sunday’s special is 9.99 per pound snow crab legs with a side of melted butter. This seafood joint also has two locations for all the patrons to enjoy.

5. Enjoy  a lake day at Wildwood Park


Located 10 minutes from Riverwood Plantation, this little slice of heaven is a great place to relax and unwind after a week on the course. With public beach access, boat ramps, pavilions and places to grill out, this is a one stop shop for a day of fun.


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