Ryder Cup 2023 tickets: Where to buy them? | The Sun

GET moving Ryder Cup lovers as there are tickets on the market – and everybody wants to get their hands on a pair to see some of the best golfers on the green.

Team USA will be determined to repeat their recent Ryder Cup success.

But Europe haven't lost on their own soil since 1993 and the mouthwatering competition is being hosted in Italy.

And the announcement of LIV Golf merging with PGA Tour just made it even more of an intriguing watch.

So you don't want to miss out and SunSport has all the information on tickets below.

How can I get Ryder Cup tickets?

Unfortunately, General Admission tickets for Friday, September 29 – Sunday, October 1 are now sold out.

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However, fans can still head to the Ryder Cup website to explore the Premium Experience Packages, Ticketed Experiences and Travel Packages for those dates.

Additionally, General Admission tickets for the Practice days – Tuesday, September 26 – Thursday, September 28 are still available at the time of publication.

What can I see with the remaining tickets?

There is still plenty to see before the official tournament gets underway.

Tuesday, September 26

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Why are LIV Golf and the PGA Tour merging?

  • Europe and USA Team Practice
  • Welcome to Rome event
  • Live music and entertainment

Wednesday, September 27

  • Europe and USA Team Practice
  • All-star match
  • Live music and entertainment

Thursday, September 28

  • Europe and USA Team Practice
  • The Junior Ryder Cup final
  • Opening ceremony
  • Live music and entertainment

Why have LIV Golf and PGA Tour merged?

LIV Golf and PGA Tour are merging to create an organisation that will benefit everyone in the golf world.

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said: "After two years of disruption and distraction, this is a historic day for the game we all know and love.

"This transformational partnership recognises the immeasurable strength of the PGA Tour's history, legacy and pro-competitive model and combines with it the DP World Tour and LIV – including the team golf concept – to create an organisation that will benefit golf's players, commercial and charitable partners and fans."

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