You think getting a hotel room during Masters week is tough. Try getting a parking spot for your private jet! It has become such a problem that in years’ past the FAA has had to divert aircraft to other, less convenient airports in the area where passengers' waiting limos and hospitality tents weren’t. So this year Augusta Regional instituted a “Prior Permission Required” program to confirm that aircraft with an arrival slot also have a parking location (reservations filled up in a month by early March). The airport expects more than 400 private flights this week—second only to the Super Bowl, which had more than 600 flights into New Orleans Lakefront Airport in February, in events popular with the jet-set crowd (another strong fly-in destination is Art Basel Miami Beach). One of the leading fractional jet ownership companies used by many tour pros, Flight Options, will be using almost half their fleet of 100 jets, such as the seven-passenger Phenom 300 pictured above, to ferry clients to the year's first major. Talk about the high life.