Frequently asked questions

How do I buy a Ryder Cup general admission ticket:

Ryder Cup general admission tickets are only available by visiting

Tickets went on sale at 2pm BST on Wednesday 4 October 2017. Due to high demand, match day tickets are currently unavailable, however tickets for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are still available to buy. (Please note tickets are only available to those who created a Ryder Cup ticket account.)

Ryder Cup Europe takes the matter of touting and ticket fraud extremely seriously, and tickets can only be purchased through the authorised channels (listed on Any tickets supplied on or purchased through a resale site (for example Viagogo) will not be valid for entry.

If you have already purchased a Ryder Cup ticket, please visit our frequently asked questions for tickets

Who can I buy tickets for?

You can buy up to four tickets per day and eight tickets per order. Orders are limited to one per ticket account. 

All ticket applications will be required to provide their full name, date of birth, email address, city of birth and nationality at the time of purchase.

For full Terms and Condition of ticket purchase please click here 

How much are tickets?

For full details on ticket prices, please go to

When do I need to pay for the tickets?

You will need to pay for your tickets at the time of purchase. 

How can I pay for tickets?

You can pay using Visa & Mastercard debit cards, or Visa, Mastercard and American Express Credit Cards.

How do I get to The Ryder Cup?

We have lots of transport options available to Ryder Cup spectators to make getting to and from the course as easy as possible, so you don’t miss a moment of action. Please visit for more information.

Can I book a 1st Tee Grandstand seat?

For the first time Grandstand tickets for the 1st tee have been available for purchase, offering fans a guaranteed seat at the most iconic tee in golf. These are only available to match-day ticket holders. Please note Friday and Sunday grandstand tickets due to high demand, are currently unavailable.

Can I transfer my tickets?

No. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.

How do I buy Official Hospitality?

We have a range of Official Hospitality packages available. To find out more information visit our dedicated hospitality website or email us at

Do you have any Travel and Accommodation packages?     

Ryder Cup Travel Services has various ticket inclusive packages, which cover both transport and accommodation. For more information visit or email

Can I buy my transport or parking tickets at the same time as my tickets?

Yes. When purchasing your tickets, you will be able to add either Park & Ride tickets or a Ryder Cup Travel Card to your purchase. If you have a Ryder Cup ticket account, you will be able to log-in at and purchase travel cards and park and ride tickets. 

For more information on all the transport options available visit

Are family tickets available?

No. Tickets can only be purchased for individuals. In addition, the minimum age limit for entry is 6 years old. All under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. Under 16 ticket prices for Tues - Thurs are €10 per day and full price for Match Days.

Are there ID requirements to enter the event?

Yes. All ticket holders will be required to provide their full name, date of birth, city of birth and nationality.

When will I get my tickets?

Ticket delivery will commence in Summer 2018. Full details for all ticket purchasers will be sent before tickets are dispatched.

How can I book mobility access tickets?

We have dedicated ticket and travel options for those with mobility issues.

For registered blue badge holders travelling by car there will be dedicated parking spaces at the front of PR2, PR3 and PR4.

For wheelchair users travelling by car, we have a limited amount of on-site parking spaces.  Please contact to register your interest. For blue badge holders and wheelchair users travelling by train you must travel to Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines where there will be a shuttle bus to take you to Le Golf National. Please note disability access at Massy-Palaiseau Station cannot be guaranteed.

Event Mobility will be providing electric scooters and manual wheelchairs for the use of disabled, elderly and mobility impaired visitors at The 2018 Ryder Cup.

To reserve an electric scooter or manual wheelchair you can book online at, print out an advance booking form from the website or contact the office on 01386 725391 to request a form to be posted to you.  The charity asks £25 for an electric scooter and £10 for a manual wheelchair.  Please be aware that advance bookings cannot be made by phone and that there are a limited number of scooters and wheelchairs available for each day.

The site will offer access to those with mobility issues, including viewing areas and disabled toilet facilities.

Where can I see the full Terms and Conditions?

For full Terms and Conditions, Ground Regulations please click here.