Fans looking to experience one of the world’s great sporting spectacles – The Ryder Cup – have only a week remaining to register for the chance to buy tickets for next year’s match.
Excitement is building for the contest at Le Golf National near Paris where the European Team, led by Captain Thomas Bjørn, will attempt to win back the trophy from the United States, who will be led by Captain Jim Furyk. Registration numbers are already considerably higher than at this stage of the process four years ago before the last Ryder Cup in Europe, at the Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland.
To be in with a chance of experiencing the unique Ryder Cup atmosphere next year, you must set up an account at rydercup.com/tickets by 11.59pm UK time on Thursday September 28, 2017.
Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis and will only be available to those who have registered before the deadline. Tickets will then go on sale to the general public at 2pm UK time / 3pm CET on Wednesday October 4, 2017.
Anyone with a Ryder Cup Ticket Account will be able to order up to eight tickets in total, with a maximum of four tickets for any one day.
Richard Hills, European Ryder Cup Director, said: “We cannot wait to welcome the thousands of fans to France who help make The Ryder Cup such a unique and special event and I urge everyone who wants to attend, to register before the deadline to give themselves the opportunity to buy tickets.
“The week at Le Golf National promises to be a truly memorable occasion, headlined by what is sure to be another thrilling contest between two teams featuring 24 of the best players in the world.”
The 2018 Ryder Cup week runs from September 25-30, 2018, with the match days themselves on September 28-30 and is set to be a six day celebration of golf, with plenty to enjoy in the days leading up to the three competition days.
The Ryder Cup Celebrity Match, the Junior Ryder Cup Friendship Match, the Opening Ceremony and the Ryder Cup Concert all form part of an exciting build-up – for a full breakdown of the week’s activities, plus information on the various ticket prices and options available, visit www.rydercup.com/week.
Various transport options will be available to ensure fans enjoy the best possible access to one of the sporting highlights of the year, with the Ryder Cup travel card offering unlimited travel in Paris throughout the tournament week – for more details, visit www.rydercup.com/transport.