Australian Masters tickets on sale Thursday

The 2009 Australian Masters is being held at the Kingston Heath Golf Club from 12 – 15 November and a media release issued today by announced tickets will go on sale this Thursday, June 4 at noon.

True to their word, organisers have ensured tickets to the event are affordable. Available through Ticketek, general admission to the tournament will be $44 per day with the final day priced at $49. Spectators can purchase a season pass for $169 to access the venue over six days. They’re looking at the future too with all children under 14 years of age getting in free with a paying ticket holder.There’s also an option to enjoy your golf in style in “The Bunker”.

Vice President, Director of Golf IMG Australia, David Rollo said tickets are available for all four tournament days plus the practice day on Tuesday and Pro-Am on Wednesday.

“The Victorian Government and the Australian Masters have worked together to establish a ticketing policy that will ensure the event is affordable and accessible to all.

“To ensure we provide the best experience for spectators we have capped general admission to 20,000 on each day so fans should purchase tickets early to avoid disappointment,” Mr Rollo said.

So if you’re keen to see Geoff Ogilvy, Paul Goydos, Mathew Goggin or Peter Senior play, get your tickets quick!

Oh, I think Tiger Woods is playing as well.

For full details on the pricing structure, see the Australian Masters Ticketek webpage.

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