Charles Schwab Cup Championship opens ticket sales for 2021 tournament
PHOENIX, Arizona – Tickets for the 32nd Annual Charles Schwab Cup Championship are now available for purchase, as fans return to the Phoenix Country Club from November 10-14 for the end of season event on PGA TOUR Champions . The third and final Charles Schwab Cup Playoff tournament will mark the conclusion of the “Super Season”, which has spanned 39 tournaments over the past two years (2020-21).
“We are delighted with the return of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship and look forward to crowning a Charles Schwab Cup champion for the first time since 2019,” said Tiffany Nelson, Executive Director of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. “The tournament will celebrate the culmination of a one-of-a-kind season, and with the support of Charles Schwab, tournament and ticket partners, we will be able to make a significant charitable impact in the Phoenix community.”
Entrance tickets for tournament rounds (Thursday-Sunday) cost $ 25 per day and a weekly ticket costs $ 75. The tournament also provides an elevated experience for fans in the State 48 Lounge – an exclusive outdoor shared venue, located on the 12 green / 13 tee box – for $ 75 per day.
In partnership with San Tan Ford, there are several free ticket options. Admission is free for all fans on Wednesday, November 10, and children 18 and under are admitted free with a ticketed adult every day. In addition, the tournament is happy to provide free field tickets for each day, serving, reserve, retired and National Guard service members and one guest. The soldiers will also have access to the Patriotes Outpost, a tented reception chalet located on 13 green, during the rounds of the tournament.
Several health and safety protocols will be in place during the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. Social distancing will be encouraged and masks will be mandatory for everyone (regardless of vaccination status) in all indoor or fully enclosed spaces, unless actively eating or drinking. For more details, visit www.pgatour.com/knowbeforeyougo.
With six events to go in the PGA TOUR Champions Season, the race for the Charles Schwab Cup is picking up speed. Jim Furyk had three wins in his rookie season and holds a slim lead over five-time Charles Schwab Cup champion Jerry Kelly and Bernhard Langer. Also in the top 10 are World Golf Hall of Fame members Ernie Els (No.4) and Retief Goosen (No.6), as well as Kevin Sutherland (No.7), who won the Cup championship. Charles Schwab over nine holes. play-off last November.
For more information on parking and to purchase tickets, please visit www.schwabcup.com.