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Early bird tickets to go on sale for BMW PGA Championship

2.16pm 5th May 2021 - Sponsorship

Golf fans will be given the opportunity to be first in line to attend the 2021 BMW PGA Championship should the reopening of outdoor golfing events to spectators in England return later this year.

There remains cautious optimism that a certain level of spectator attendance will be permitted and therefore a range of flexible Early Bird ticket options for the event at Wentworth Club from September 9-12, will go on sale from May 7.

Fans who purchased tickets for the 2020 edition obut could not attend due to COVID restrictions, as well as those who register their interest for tickets in advance, will have 24-hour priority access to a package which includes guaranteed access to the 18th green grandstand.

A percentage of the tickets available for the BMW PGA Championship will be donated to key frontline workers in recognition of their dedicated work throughout the pandemic.

All tickets for the tournament will be subject to UK Government health guidelines, with a comprehensive refund policy in place should spectators not be able to take up their place on the West Course due to on-going COVID restrictions.

The spectacular West Course will once again host some of the biggest stars of world golf in the final counting event for qualification to Padraig Harrington’s European Ryder Cup team, who will attempt to retain the famous trophy against the United States, two weeks later at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.

Last year saw Tyrrell Hatton claim his first BMW PGA Championship title and his fourth Rolex Series title overall, climbing into the top ten in the world ranking for the first time in his career in the process – where he has since remained.

Early Bird ticket prices for the 2021 Championship will begin at £12 for Tuesday’s practice round, while prices for Wednesday’s Celebrity Pro-Am Day start at £18. Early Bird tickets for Thursday’s opening round start at £35, tickets for Friday and Saturday begin at £47, while tickets for Sunday’s final round start at £52. Concessions are available for OAPs and students.

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