More than 3,000 general admission tickets for the PGA TOUR’s upcoming Myrtle Beach Classic were sold Thursday on the first day they were made available to the public, with one segment of premium passes already sold out. Tickets can be purchased by visiting MyrtleBeachClassic.com.
“(First-day ticket sales) exceeded our expectations,” said Darren Nelson, tournament director. “Club 18 shared hospitality sales are off to a great start, and we’re already sold out of our Saturday Clubhouse passes.”
As most PGA TOUR events typically see a flurry of ticket sales in the weeks immediately preceding play, Nelson notes that there’s still “plenty of runway for additional sales.” But given the strong demand already shown for experiencing the TOUR’s 2024 debut in “The Golf Capital of the World,” fans seeking preferred access to the Myrtle Beach Classic are well advised to act sooner than later.
The Myrtle Beach Classic will be held on May 9-12, 2024, at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club. This newly formed, dual-field tournament is one of 36 events on the FedEx Cup regular season schedule for 2024.
Ticket options include daily and weekly general admission, Clubhouse and weekly Club 18 Shared Hospitality. Children ages 15 and younger will be admitted free with an adult ticketholder.
The Clubhouse ticket, which is limited to 100 per day, will allow access into the club’s ballroom lounge featuring various amenities. The Club 18 Shared Hospitality option includes food and beverage and offers covered, open-air viewing directly behind the 18th green. Private hospitality and pro-am opportunities are also available.
“With ticket options for the Myrtle Beach Classic hitting the greens, so to speak, the excitement surrounding the event is palpable. We encourage enthusiasts of all ages to secure their spot and be a part of this inaugural tournament,” said Nelson.
For specific ticketing questions contact email@example.com. For more information about the Myrtle Beach Classic PGA TOUR Golf Tournament, to purchase tickets and to stay updated on tournament news, visit the official website at MyrtleBeachClassic.com.