Accenture Match Play Championship Tickets Now Available


Accenture Match Play Championship tournament officials announced yesterday the launch of general admission tickets for next year’s tournament, giving fans ample time and opportunity to ensure they have a front-row seat to the February 2012 event.

The top 64 players in the world of golf will return to The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain, for the Accenture Match Play Championship, February 20-26, 2012.

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“The Accenture Match Play Championship is a limited-attendance event,” said Gerald Goodman, executive director. “What we want fans to understand is that since this is such a unique format—we start with 32 matches on Wednesday and end up with a thrilling, head-to-head championship on Sunday afternoon—we limit the number of tickets available in order to ensure the best experience for our fans. You can get so close to the action throughout the week, but we encourage everyone to get their tickets now to guarantee they’re a part of what is sure to be an incredible tournament.”

Below are general admission ticket prices for the 2012 Accenture Match Play Championship:

  • Monday – Practice Round $25, $35
  • Tuesday – Practice Round $25, $35
  • Wednesday – First Round $45, $55
  • Thursday – Second Round $45, $55
  • Friday – Third Round $45, $55
  • Saturday – Quarterfinal $35, $45
  • Sunday – Semifinals, Championship & Consolation Matches $35, $45
  • Weekly Package (Monday-Sunday tickets) $125, $135

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Fans can also take advantage of a special ticket offer that is available only online and includes parking and golf at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain, for only $249.

The “Golf Pack” includes two Good-Any-One-Day tickets to the event, one Parking Pass (good any one day) to Lot T3, and two rounds of golf at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain (Valid Oct. 1, 2011 – Jan. 31, 2012).

Tournament officials also announced that they will debut a new general parking lot, located at the base of Dove Mountain Boulevard and Tangerine. Fans will have only a 10-minute shuttle ride to the tournament, compared to the 30-minute shuttle from the previous lot, which was on Tangerine closer to I-10.

As has been the case in years past, youth 18 and younger are admitted free to the Accenture Match Play Championship when accompanied by a ticketed adult. Additionally, complimentary tickets are available for all active, retired and reserve military and their dependents. A valid military I.D. will be required at the gate for admission.

The Accenture Match Play Championship partners with the Tucson Conquistadores to be the sales arm and charitable contribution beneficiary of the Accenture Match Play Championship. Proceeds from the Accenture Match Play Championship primarily benefit The Tucson Conquistadores charities, including The First Tee of Tucson, Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCA and Pima County Special Olympics. Since 1962, The Tucson Conquistadores have contributed more than $23 million to youth organizations.

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Source: kvoa.com

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