The 60th Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament offers a weekend of fun and adventure for the entire family.
This annual event began in 1959 at Callaway Resort & Gardens and is held each year during Memorial Day Weekend.
The tournament spans over three days, beginning Friday, May 24th with the Junior Masters Competition, followed by the Masters Semifinal on Saturday and finishing with the Masters Final Round on Sunday, May 26th. You can view the complete schedule of events here.
To compete at the Masters is considered the highest achievement in watersports, with only the world’s most elite athletes invited to the event.
From the comfort of a lounge chair on the beach, visitors can watch athletes from Canada, USA, France, Peru, Australia, and many more countries show off thrilling stunts and skills in the water.
In addition to the competitions, visitors can enjoy other activities and festivities such as:
- Watching a movie on the beach of Robins Lake on Friday night
- Enjoying a live band then watching an amazing fireworks show on Saturday night
- a treetop zipline course
- fantastic food and drink specials
- biking and hiking over 10 miles of trails
- a visit to the spa for a massage, facial, or pedicure
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#masterswakeboard is the biggest event of the season. It is hands down the biggest contest wake in the world, and the heaviest riding of the year goes down over this weekend. Only the top 8 in the world rankings are invited, so it’s also the toughest event in the world to get into. Stoked to be a part of it. Watch it live over the weekend- link in my bio. #nautiquemasters @nautiqueboats @rockstarenergy @ronixwakeboards @ripcurl_aus @perfski
Located less than an hour from Columbus, Phenix City, and Auburn, the 60th Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament is a convenient and fun way to spend the Memorial Day weekend with your family.
BONUS! Save 50% off your tournament admission tickets by purchasing them here.
This article is brought to you in partnership with Callaway Resort & Gardens.