Ticket process launched for The 2014 Ryder Cup

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The public ticket sales process for The 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles begins today [10th May] after Ryder Cup Europe launched a registration website for fans.

The 2014 Ryder Cup takes place over six days and encompasses three ‘Practice Days’ – Tuesday  23 September to Thursday 25 September – and three ‘Match Days’ – Friday 26 September to Sunday 28 September.

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Golf fans eager to get their hands on a highly-prized Ryder Cup ticket must complete a two-stage process that includes registering a photograph, before applying for tickets when the application process officially opens on Monday 10 June. Daily Tickets range in price from a £10 concession ticket for Under 16s on the Practice Days, to £145 for a Sunday ticket, while a range of combined ticket options is also available.

Those fans interested in Practice Day tickets can purchase them immediately on a first come, first served basis from June 10 onwards, while those fans interested in Match Day tickets have from June 10 until midnight on Monday July 22 – when the process closes – to apply. All Match Day applications will then be included in a ballot, with those who have been successful being notified during the week commencing Monday August 12.

General Admission ticket holders have access to all public areas of the golf course and its facilities, including the tented village, ground access to all 18 holes of The PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles and access to any grandstand on the course. The full range of ticket options available includes: Practice Day and Single Day tickets, alongside Two Day, Four Day and Six Day Season Tickets.

For photographic registration please visit The Ryder Cup website here.

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