We suppose you could say Blanchard and Calhoun Real Estate Company has been playing Monopoly in Augusta for 100 years. That’s why we’re so enamored with this Augusta version of the popular board game, which features some of our favorite spots in the city – Sacred Heart Cultural Center, Phinizy Swamp Nature Park, Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History, the Imperial Theatre, and the James Brown Statue. We love our city, and, we’re thrilled that the Forrest Hills Golf Course made the Augusta-Opoly board. The Donald Ross designed historic links, which are now the home to the Augusta University Jaguars, were a key feature of the Forrest Hills neighborhood and resort we developed in the late 1920s. Along with Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta Country Club, and Augusta Municipal Golf Course, the Forrest Hills course is featured in one of the spots traditionally reserved for Monopoly’s iconic railroads. If you want to own a piece of the Garden City, head down to Augusta & Co. on Broad Street where you can take a look at the board – and organize a pick-up game with some tourists. If the dice are in your favor, you can snag a golf course for $250. Or, you can talk to a Blanchard and Calhoun residential or commercial real estate agent and tour some of the amazing properties in Augusta that are available for purchase in real life. #internationalmonopolyday #loveaugusta #thatshowweroll