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    Chef Kent Rathbun, Kent Rathbun Concepts

    · Six guests (6) will travel to Augusta National Golf Club for the 2015 Masters Tournament.
    · Dinner in Atlanta at one of Kevin Rathbun's restaurants.
    · Two-day Masters badges
    · Roundtrip DFW airport transfers from My Private Driver.
    · First-class airfare to Atlanta and rental car for the weekend.
    · Accommodations in Atlanta and at Jamison Suites Hotel in Augusta.
    · A round of golf at Jones Creek, which includes golf cart and lunch
    · Dine at the illustrious 1018 Club with all meals prepared by guest chef Kent Rathbun.
    · Private VIP dinner for winners at 1018 Club.

    Join Chef Kent Rathbun in Augusta, Georgia, for the 2015 Masters Tournament weekend!

    Six (6) guests will be chauffeured to a DFW airport by My Private Driver for a first-class trip to the Peach State. You'll spend a night in Atlanta, where Kent will arrange a private dinner for your party at one of his brother's (Kevin Rathbun) fine restaurants. Then, the next day you're headed to The Masters! Enjoy accommodations at the Jamison Suites Hotel, located just 3 miles from one of the greatest sports venues in the world. During your stay your party is invited to dine at the illustrious 1018 Club, including one (1) private VIP dinner - all meals are prepared by guest chef Kent Rathbun.

    Tee off the weekend with a round of golf at the award-winning Jones Creek or taking in the Par 3 Contest. You'll even have the opportunity to follow the PGA's elite competitors on the historic greens of Augusta National Golf Club during the championship round. It's all up to you - this package is customizable.

    This is your chance to witness the coveted Battle for the Green Jacket, one of the toughest tickets to obtain in all of sports.

    Value: $60,000; Starting Bid: $12,000
    Donors: Chef Kent Rathbun, Kent Rathbun Concepts, My Private Driver

    Restrictions: The 2015 Masters Tournament is scheduled for Monday, April 6 - Sunday, April 12. Tax and gratuity not included.

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    October, 2014
    30th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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