Join the 2023 Masters Tournament Team

Discover Job Opportunities at the Masters and Be Part of the Difference

Join the 2023 Masters Tournament Team

Discover Job Opportunities at the Masters and Be Part of the Difference

Working at the Masters Tournament

At the Masters Tournament, we are committed to unparalleled service, attention to detail and continuous improvement to provide our patrons an unforgettable experience at Augusta National Golf Club. Each year, we search for dedicated individuals to join our team and help us deliver this standard of excellence. We hire thousands of Tournament employees to fill roles across our Concessions, Hospitality, Merchandise and Security operations. Learn more about how you can share your talents, develop new skills and gain valuable experience while working at the Masters.

Working at the Masters Tournament

At the Masters Tournament, we are committed to unparalleled service, attention to detail and continuous improvement to provide our patrons an unforgettable experience at Augusta National Golf Club. Each year, we search for dedicated individuals to join our team and help us deliver this standard of excellence. We hire thousands of Tournament employees to fill roles across our Concessions, Hospitality, Merchandise and Security operations. Learn more about how you can share your talents, develop new skills and gain valuable experience while working at the Masters.

Please note: Availability to work all dates of the Tournament is mandatory. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age on or before March 22, 2024, or the first day of employment, whichever occurs first. No exceptions.

2023 Masters Tournament Dates

Augusta National Women’s Amateur

Saturday, April 1

Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals

Sunday, April 2

Masters Tournament

Monday, April 3 - Sunday, April 9

2023 Masters Tournament Dates

Please note: Availability to work all dates of the Tournament is mandatory. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age on or before March 22, 2024, or the first day of employment, whichever occurs first. No exceptions.

Augusta National Women’s Amateur

Saturday, April 1

Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals

Sunday, April 2

Masters Tournament

Monday, April 3 - Sunday, April 9

Roles at the Masters Tournament

One of the most popular traditions for patrons is enjoying Masters Tournament concessions, including our famous sandwiches. The Concessions team supports this operation, from food preparation to working at concession stands throughout the grounds.

Overnight Culinary Runner
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The Overnight Culinary Runner is primarily responsible for moving product as needed, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Culinary Runner distributes food and supplies to all concessions facilities, maintains sanitation of all storage areas and operates a golf cart and/or full-sized vehicle, following all legal and Club safety regulations. Culinary Runners must have a valid driver’s license and be able to lift up to 30 pounds. Overnight shifts are generally 7:00 pm – 9:00 am.

Overnight Sandwich Prep
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The Overnight Sandwich Prep is primarily responsible for preparing and assembling sandwiches according to Club recipes during overnight shifts, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Sandwich Maker sets up, maintains and breaks down work stations, ensures work area is clean and sanitary, properly stores all leftover products and notifies Chef of any shortages and/or malfunctioning equipment. Overnight shifts are generally 7:00 pm – 9:00 am.

Steward
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The Concessions Steward is primarily responsible for support of all kitchen needs and the safe and timely delivery of food products to the kitchen, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Steward performs cleanup and sanitation procedures, collects and empties trash, sweeps and mops floors, assists in loading and unloading trailers and ensures all safety, accident, sanitation and emergency policies are consistently observed. Stewards must be able to lift over 50 pounds.

Line Cook
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The Line Cook is primarily responsible for the preparation and production of menu items, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Line Cook gathers all supplies needed, sets up, maintains and breaks down prep cook station, ensures sanitary conditions, covers, dates and properly stores leftover product. Line Cooks assist in maintaining the safety and security of the kitchen and display interpersonal skills to work within a team environment.

Unparalleled service is central to everything we do at the Masters. The Hospitality team helps ensure each patron receives a level of service that is second to none across all hospitality locations and operations, from food and beverage to housekeeping and more.

Housekeeping Attendant
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The Housekeeping Attendant is primarily responsible for cleaning of assigned locations, ensuring all service meets Club standards. More specifically, the Housekeeping Attendant sanitizes, vacuums, dusts, checks heating and air conditioning, replenishes amenities and ensures that all safety, accident, sanitation and emergency policies are in place and consistently observed. A basic understanding of cleaning practices/supplies is preferred.

Line Cook
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The Line Cook is primarily responsible for the preparation and production of menu items, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Line Cook gathers supplies needed, sets up, maintains and breaks down prep cook station, ensures sanitary conditions, covers, dates and properly stores leftover product, assists in maintaining the safety and security of the kitchen and displays interpersonal skills to work within a team environment. Culinary certification and/or relevant technical culinary training is preferred.

Restroom Attendant
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The Restroom Attendant is primarily responsible for the maintenance and cleanliness of assigned restrooms, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Restroom Attendant displays integrity and sincerity interacting with others, maintains morale throughout lines while informing guests of wait times, cleans and sanitizes toilets, fixtures, ashtrays, urns and trash cans, sweeps, mops, cleans windows and dusts. A basic understanding of cleaning practices/supplies is preferred.

Steward
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The Steward is primarily responsible for transporting, cleaning and organizing cookware, utensils, service ware and glassware, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Steward performs cleanup, dishwashing, collects trash, sweeps, mops, polishes and stores food and beverage supplies, all while adhering to health and safety regulations and sanitation guidelines. Stewards must be able to lift up to 30 pounds.

Shopping for Masters merchandise is a highlight for our patrons. We strive to provide a world-class shopping experience that is both efficient and enjoyable. As part of the Masters merch team, you can help our patrons take home memories and relive their time at Augusta National Golf Club for years to come.

Cashier Assistant
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The Cashier Assistant is primarily responsible for assisting the Cashier, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Cashier Assistant interacts with patrons during checkout scanning process, takes scanned merchandise and places it neatly in the bag, assists the assigned Cashier in processing the purchase transaction and assures all purchased merchandise is taken by the patron when leaving the checkout counter. Cashier Assistants must be able to stand for long periods of time.

Sales Attendant
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The Sales Attendant is primarily responsible for presenting products to patrons, emphasizing features, fabrication and care instructions, ensuring all service meet Club standards. Additionally, the Sales Attendant greets everyone in a friendly, courteous and professional manner, offers sales assistance, assists with size selection, asks questions in order to improve the Masters Experience and learns all product locations within the Golf Shop. Prior sales experience is preferred.

Merchandising Stocker
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The Stocker is primarily responsible for resupplying products from the warehouse to sales floor fixtures and displays, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Stocker neatly places products in appropriate locations while maintaining organization and cleanliness of floor fixtures and displays and directs patrons to other Golf Shop areas upon request. Stockers must have the ability to safely use box cutting blades and lift up to 30 pounds.

The safety of every individual on the grounds of Augusta National Golf Club is our first priority. Our Security support team is critical to protecting everyone on our property and ensuring a safe and successful Tournament.

Security Host
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The Security Host is primarily responsible for alerting law enforcement or security staff of suspicious behavior and assisting patrons, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Security Host monitors surroundings for prohibited items, advises patrons of entry restrictions, assists patrons with directions regarding the entry process, notifies First Aid (if necessary) and patrols assigned area. Security Hosts must be able to stand for extended periods of time.

Roles at the
Masters Tournament

Concessions

One of the most popular traditions for patrons is enjoying Masters Tournament concessions, including our famous sandwiches. The Concessions team supports this operation, from food preparation to working at concession stands throughout the grounds.

Overnight Culinary Runner
SHOW MORE

The Overnight Culinary Runner is primarily responsible for moving product as needed, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Culinary Runner distributes food and supplies to all concessions facilities, maintains sanitation of all storage areas and operates a golf cart and/or full-sized vehicle, following all legal and Club safety regulations. Culinary Runners must have a valid driver’s license and be able to lift up to 30 pounds. Overnight shifts are generally 7:00 pm – 9:00 am.

Overnight Sandwich Prep
SHOW MORE

The Overnight Sandwich Prep is primarily responsible for preparing and assembling sandwiches according to Club recipes during overnight shifts, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Sandwich Maker sets up, maintains and breaks down work stations, ensures work area is clean and sanitary, properly stores all leftover products and notifies Chef of any shortages and/or malfunctioning equipment. Overnight shifts are generally 7:00 pm – 9:00 am.

Steward
SHOW MORE

The Concessions Steward is primarily responsible for support of all kitchen needs and the safe and timely delivery of food products to the kitchen, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Steward performs cleanup and sanitation procedures, collects and empties trash, sweeps and mops floors, assists in loading and unloading trailers and ensures all safety, accident, sanitation and emergency policies are consistently observed. Stewards must be able to lift over 50 pounds.

Line Cook
SHOW MORE

The Line Cook is primarily responsible for the preparation and production of menu items, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Line Cook gathers all supplies needed, sets up, maintains and breaks down prep cook station, ensures sanitary conditions, covers, dates and properly stores leftover product. Line Cooks assist in maintaining the safety and security of the kitchen and display interpersonal skills to work within a team environment.

Hospitality

Unparalleled service is central to everything we do at the Masters. The Hospitality team helps ensure each patron receives a level of service that is second to none across all hospitality locations and operations, from food and beverage to housekeeping and more.

Housekeeping Attendant
SHOW MORE

The Housekeeping Attendant is primarily responsible for cleaning of assigned locations, ensuring all service meets Club standards. More specifically, the Housekeeping Attendant sanitizes, vacuums, dusts, checks heating and air conditioning, replenishes amenities and ensures that all safety, accident, sanitation and emergency policies are in place and consistently observed. A basic understanding of cleaning practices/supplies is preferred.

Line Cook
SHOW MORE

The Line Cook is primarily responsible for the preparation and production of menu items, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Line Cook gathers supplies needed, sets up, maintains and breaks down prep cook station, ensures sanitary conditions, covers, dates and properly stores leftover product, assists in maintaining the safety and security of the kitchen and displays interpersonal skills to work within a team environment. Culinary certification and/or relevant technical culinary training is preferred.

Restroom Attendant
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The Restroom Attendant is primarily responsible for the maintenance and cleanliness of assigned restrooms, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Restroom Attendant displays integrity and sincerity interacting with others, maintains morale throughout lines while informing guests of wait times, cleans and sanitizes toilets, fixtures, ashtrays, urns and trash cans, sweeps, mops, cleans windows and dusts. A basic understanding of cleaning practices/supplies is preferred.

Steward
SHOW MORE

The Steward is primarily responsible for transporting, cleaning and organizing cookware, utensils, service ware and glassware, ensuring all service meets Club standards. Additionally, the Steward performs cleanup, dishwashing, collects trash, sweeps, mops, polishes and stores food and beverage supplies, all while adhering to health and safety regulations and sanitation guidelines. Stewards must be able to lift up to 30 pounds.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply for a position?

When applications open and you have chosen the position best suited for you, select the “Apply” button under that job description. You will then be prompted to complete an application.

Can I sign up to be notified when applications open?

Yes, if applications are closed, you may submit your name and email underneath “Roles at the Masters Tournament” to be notified when applications open.

What happens after I apply?

Your application will be reviewed, and all candidates selected to move forward will be emailed an invitation to complete an online interview through HireVue, our virtual interview provider. This process will allow you to record and submit responses to pre-recorded questions remotely, providing greater flexibility and convenience.

What is the interview process?

If selected to move forward in the application process, you will receive an invitation to complete a virtual, video-based interview. This process will allow you to record and submit responses to pre-recorded questions remotely, providing greater flexibility and convenience.

Can I apply for more than one position?

Applicants can only apply for one position. If you apply to more than one position, the first application remains active; all additional applications will be inactive.

When will I be notified if I have been offered the job?

Selected applicants will receive offer letters via email beginning in mid-January and continuing through March 2023.

Are there any age restrictions?

Yes, all applicants must be at least 16 years of age on or before March 22, 2023, or the first day of employment, whichever occurs first. No exceptions. If there is an additional age requirement for a specific position, you will find this information under “Qualifications” provided in the job posting details.

Do I have to work every day of Masters week?

Yes, employment at the Masters Tournament is contingent upon working all scheduled days/hours to include the Augusta National Women’s Amateur and Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals. Additionally, you will be required to attend orientation and/or job training prior to starting work.

What time do I report for work each day? What is the schedule?

Depending on your position, you may work between 10-14 hours each day. Start times and work schedules vary by department and position. Work schedules will be provided prior to starting work.

Do employees have breaks?

Yes, all Tournament employees will have scheduled breaks. The times and duration will be determined by your supervisor.

What is the pay rate?

Compensation varies by position. This information will be provided in the offer letter, should you be invited to work.

Is there a dress code / uniform?

Yes, dress and uniform guidelines will be available in your onboarding, should you be invited to work. All required uniforms will be provided by Human Resources. If there is any item you will need to provide, it will be communicated in advance of your first day of work.

Does the overnight shift mean throughout the night?

Yes, the overnight shift is approximately 7:00 pm – 9:00 am.

Are there any physical requirements?

Yes, the majority of positions require long periods of standing, walking, bending and lifting. Any specific lifting requirements will be stated on the job description provided on each job posting.