Greyson Sigg | Georgia On My Mind

Greyson Sigg | Georgia On My Mind
PGA Tour rookie Greyson Sigg first learned to play golf on the other side of Rae's Creek at Augusta Country Club and spent every spring break making the short drive over to Augusta National, where his mom serves as an executive assistant to the chairman.
Greyson was born and raised in Augusta, GA and honed his skills at Augusta Country Club eventually earning himself a spot at the University of Georgia. At Georgia he would go on to lead the Bulldogs to a SEC Championship as a Co-Captain in his junior season.
We decided there was no better time to catch up with the Augusta native, and member of The Brothers Draddy for a quick Q&A about The Masters.


Favorite Masters moment?

My favorite Masters moment has to be back in 2005 when Tiger chipped in on 16 to go on and beat Chris DiMarco. I mean I don't think there's any other shot or moment that can compare to that one.


Greyson at Augusta National Golf Club circa 2015



Favorite hole at Augusta?

My favorite hole at Augusta National is probably going to be 13. It's a great risk reward par 5, you can be pretty aggressive off the tee and hit one up the left side and try and turn it over. There's been guys in the past that have hit 8 iron into there. It's a pivotal hole come Sunday at The Masters and guys are really trying to get that hole, it's the last hole in Amen Corner and it's one that's really important.


If you were to win the Masters what would be on the menu for the Masters Champions Dinner?

For my Master's Champions Dinner I think I'm going to have to keep it pretty southern. We're definitely doing some fried chicken, some vegetables and some mac & cheese. For dessert we'll probably do something along the lines of chocolate cake or chocolate ice cream cake, because that's what I like.