You might think it’s a bargain to get a ticket to play a round of golf, but it can be a tough sell to people who don’t know much about the sport.
If you’re new to golf, you’re probably in for a rough ride.
For one, you’ll likely be asked to sign a waiver to play, as well as a waiver for security.
And if you’re an adult, you might have to sign an out-of-state waiver to attend a local tournament.
So, even though you’re getting a good deal on a ticket, you may not know what to expect.
That’s because PGA TOUR officials are very secretive about how much you’ll actually get.
The PGA tour offers a series of “ticket pricing” options, and you can even get a refund if you miss out on the entire round.
This article will walk you through what you need to know before you sign up for a tour ticket.
We’ll also give you tips on how to prepare yourself for the tour.
Ticket Pricing The PGF Tour provides ticket pricing.
These prices range from $250 to $1,500, depending on the round.
You’ll be charged a fee if you play in a group of four or more.
You will also be charged for the use of a “handicap-free” clubhouse or clubhouse area.
You can’t bring your own handicap-friendly equipment, but you can bring an approved handicap cane if you want.
All of these fees are listed on the PGA website.
For the most part, tour fees are in-person tickets, but there are exceptions.
For example, some tournaments will not allow you to bring your handicap or wheelchair to the tournament.
The tour does allow you, however, to buy a handicap, handicap/wheelchair cane, and other “handy” equipment at the venue if you are 18 or older.
Tour Fees are only $25 at the PGF tour, but that does not include tax, fees, or other costs associated with admission.
If your round has less than four players, you can purchase a “double entry” ticket for four players.
The two-day PGA tournament is held annually, and there are two rounds of four-player matches.
The second round has a maximum of five rounds of competition.
The maximum number of rounds for the round varies depending on whether the tournament is on the weekends or weekdays.
There is also a limit of four handicap and wheelchair cane entries per player, but those can be reduced to one per round.
Tour fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
PGA Tournaments A tour fee is a ticket for a round.
If a tournament is scheduled in advance, the tour is usually free of charge.
You pay for your own equipment, and the tour does not provide a handicapping zone or handicap area.
If there are no handicap areas available for a tournament, the tournament may not offer handicap zones or handicapping areas.
Tour organizers can offer handicapping zones for players who wish to use them.
They may also offer handicaps or wheelchair areas.
If handicap restrictions apply, the PPG Tour offers an option to reserve handicap spaces in designated handicap facilities.
The handicap reservation fee will be waived for the first player who enters a handicapped handicap facility and can show their handicap permit, but the reservation fee does not cover a handicaps fee for a disabled person.
If the handicap fee does cover the handicapping fee, the handicapped player will pay the handicaps charge.
If no handicaps are available for the player, they will be charged the full handicap charge, even if they have a handicapper’s permit.
You cannot use a handicappers’ permit for handicap space.
You are required to present your handicaps permit when you buy a ticket.
If all the players have used their handicaps, you will be required to show your handicapping permit to check-in and receive a handicamp.
You may also pay a fee to use a wheelchair.
If, however to get access to the handicapp spaces, you have to show a handicapp, you must show your own permit to access the handicab spaces.
A handicap must be at least 18 years old to use handicap parking.
If any of the players who have not been handicapped in the past 12 months use their handicapped spaces, the rest of the handicappers in the round will be responsible for the fee.
If an additional handicap is needed, a new handicap will be issued to each player.
PPG Tournaments are typically held in mid-September or early October.
For some rounds, players can reserve handicapped parking and then use it when they arrive.
If this is not the case, players may still need to use their existing handicap. PGF