How to get tickets for the 2018 Ryder Cup
Since the tournament started, the Ryder Cup has consistently produced moments of golfing magic. However, in recent years, the rivalry has reached another level of significance and drama. As the popularity of the event has increased, so has performance of all the golfers involved. It has led to remarkable moments like the Miracle in Medina in 2012, and last year’s unbelievable ‘Rory vs. Reed’ match-up that grasped the golfing world. It has become one of the most watched sporting events on television, but the event has escalated in magnitude due to the incredible atmosphere created by both sets of fans.
The 2018 competition is set to take place back in Europe, at Le Golf National in Paris, giving the Europeans a chance to reclaim the trophy back on home soil. The beautiful French course will be a marvellous setting for such a prestigious competition, and tickets to be a part of this event are sure to sell out fast.
The only way to purchase a ticket for the 2018 Ryder Cup is to register on the official Ryder Cup website. Tickets will then go on sale at the end of September 2017 and be distributed on a first come, first served basis to all those registered customers.
However, the official website is also offering an incredible opportunity to one lucky fan to receive a unique Ryder Cup gift. One fan could be the lucky winner of over £750 worth of exclusive Ryder Cup merchandise and clothing, and to win this amazing bundle couldn’t be any simple...
All you need to do for a chance to be this lucky fan is to register for tickets on the Ryder Cup website before the 31st July 2017 deadline, fill out the form and submit your application. As easy as that you will be placed into the draw to win this dream prize unique to the 2018 Ryder Cup tournament.
To find out more, take part and register for the official ticket release visit: www.rydercup.com/tickets
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