Get Your Tickets to the 30th Nedbank Golf Challenge!on September 13, 2010
Sun International has announced that tickets for the 30th Nedbank Golf Challenge, to be played between the 1st and 5th of December 2010 at the Gary Player Country Club in Sun City, are now on sale. Available from Computicket outlets, a limited amount of the tickets for the 30th anniversary event have been issued, and a high demand is expected.
“This will be a rather special year as we celebrate the 30th Nedbank Golf Challenge, and we are planning to ensure that the tournament, as well as special events surrounding the event, will prove to be most memorable,” says tournament director Alastair Roper. Tickets for the Pro-Am to be played on Wednesday the 1st of December are priced at R80.00 for adults, and children up to the age of 17 will be admitted without charge. Entry to the first two rounds, played on the 2nd and 3rd of December, will cost R180.00 for adults, R90.00 for children between the ages of 12 and 17, with under-12s allowed in free. Prices of the tickets for the final two rounds are R200.00 for adults, R100.00 for children between the ages of 12 and 17, with children under the age of 12 free of charge. All tickets for adults during the tournament will include a complimentary official program.
Tickets for the Challenge Club, which offers fans use of a private and exclusive air-conditioned marquee, easy access to and from the golf course as well as private restroom and food and beverage areas, will be available at R400.00 per day. This includes tournament access.
“We have always prided ourselves in offering every spectator at the event the very best experience and with the increasing interest in the tournament, we will be limiting the galleries to ensure that there is no over-crowding,” says Roper. “At last year’s event, we had over 65,000 spectators in total, all of whom were comfortably accommodated. With the increased demand expected this year, we are limiting the number of adult tickets to 10,000 per day, as well as for children. We have continued our policy of allowing children under the age of 12 to watch the best golfers in action for free, as we believe that this is critical to growing the interest and participation in the sport.”
Contracts with the 12 players that will be competing in this year’s Nedbank Golf Challenge are still being finalised, but the tournament organisers are confident of again hosting a star-studded field as well as other special events that are guaranteed to thrill golf fans.