On the heels of Bobby Jones’ birthday, the TOUR Championship announced today that daily tickets are now on sale for fans to once again witness the dramatic conclusion to the PGA TOUR season as the top 30 players in the FedExCup standings arrive at historic East Lake Golf Club – the home of Bobby Jones – and vie for the FedExCup. The TOUR Championship will return to East Lake one month earlier on Aug. 21-25, 2019.
Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance, as prices will continue to increase ahead of tournament week. As a reminder, all youth 18 and younger are admitted free of charge with a ticketed adult.
“Coming off an unforgettable TOUR Championship in 2018, we want to encourage our fans to reserve their spot along the rope line to experience another memorable finish to the PGA TOUR season,” said Executive Director Allison Fillmore. “With the tournament’s move to August, we look forward to Atlanta further embracing this event and its unmatched on-site fan experience, which will see added enhancements in 2019.”
Daily and Weekly Grounds tickets are now available for purchase with Daily Grounds tickets starting at just $30. One Weekly Grounds ticket, which grants access to East Lake Golf Club Wednesday-Sunday, is priced at $175 plus tax.
A full breakdown of Daily Grounds Prices is listed below:
Back by popular demand for a third year at the TOUR Championship, tournament officials are offering tickets to the ULTRA Club, an upscale, climate-controlled interior with upgraded food offerings for purchase and outdoor, covered stadium seating overlooking the 13th green and an outdoor patio overlooking the 14th tee. One Weekly ULTRA Club ticket is priced at $500 plus tax. With the purchase of any ULTRA Club ticket option, fans will enjoy one complimentary Michelob ULTRA each day.
Daily ULTRA Club options are also available with a full breakdown of pricing is listed below:
Daily ULTRA Club
All ticket options are available for purchase at TOURChampionship.com/tickets.
*Along with the date change in 2019, the TOUR Championship will introduce a new format to determine the FedExCup champion. Instead of a FedExCup point reset at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, the top 30 players in the FedExCup standings will be awarded starting strokes for round one based on their position.
The FedExCup points leader after the first two Playoffs events will begin the TOUR Championship at 10-under par. The next four players will start at 8-under through 5-under, respectively. The next five will begin at 4-under, regressing by one stroke per five players until those ranked Nos. 26-30 start at even par.
The player with the lowest stroke total including starting strokes in the TOUR Championship after 72 holes of competition will be named the winner of the FedExCup and will be awarded an official PGA TOUR victory.