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For Southern-style barbecue, skip the chains and head straight to mom-and-pop places like Sconyers (22) and Ray's Smokehouse (23).
Cross the river into South Carolina to dine at the low-key BBQ Barn (24), and you won't regret the drive, but calling ahead is strongly advised.
Looking to expand your horizons to a different type of golf?
Just across the Savannah River in South Carolina are two notable disc golf courses: a free-to-play course at Riverview Park (13) and another at the affordable Hippodrome Disc Golf Complex (14).
Head downtown to snap a selfie with the memorial statue (15) of the king of soul music (find the statue on Broad Street facing the Augusta Common greenspace), then browse a vast collection of memorabilia from his career at the Augusta Museum of History (16).
Don't miss the Imperial Theatre (17), a beautiful building where the Godfather of Soul rehearsed for his world tours; today it hosts national touring acts and theatrical performances.
Garden City Golf Of course the home of the Masters has plenty of opportunity for visitors to get their game on.
Play a round at (11) Forest Hills Golf Club, where Bobby Jones himself played, or get in a more affordable round at the (12) Municipal Golf Course.
Many of the city's historic buildings no longer serve their original purpose but have been given new lives; the former Enterprise Mill (4) has become an elegant apartment complex, and the breath-taking Sacred Heart Catholic Church (5) is now a cultural center open to admiring visitors.Local History Augusta and its surrounding areas are rich with history dating back to pre-Civil War days.