By PGA of America
For the first time in Ryder Cup history, juniors age 17 and under will be admitted free of charge to the grounds on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of Ryder Cup week if accompanied by a ticket-bearing adult. A maximum of two (2) junior tickets may be obtained per Ryder Cup ticketed adult on these days at the Admission Sales/Will Call Office. Junior tickets will be available on these days regardless of a sell-out.
“The PGA of America is pleased to provide free Ryder Cup practice round tickets to juniors ages 17 and under during Ryder Cup week,” said 2012 Ryder Cup Director Michael Belot.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for young golfers to experience the Ryder Cup atmosphere and to see some of the greatest golfers in the world preparing for Ryder Cup action. We hope many of our adult Ryder Cup ticket holders will take advantage of this no-cost offering and bring young golf fans to Medinah.”
To enter the grounds on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of the Ryder Cup, each junior must have a paid ticket.
For more information about the 2012 Ryder Cup, visit www.RyderCup.com.