The Players Championship Tickets
Location: Jacksonville, Fla.
Course: TPC Sawgrass
Tournament Date: March 12-15, 2020
Returning Champion in 2020: Rory McIlroy
Notable Champions: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia, Fred Couples, Greg Norman, Jack Nicklaus and Lee Trevino
The Players Championship TicketsEvery year, the greatest names in golf gather in Jacksonville, Fla., to play one of golf's biggest events: The Players Championship. While there are four major championships in golf, many people consider The Players to be a "fifth major." Boasting perhaps even a better field than you will find at The Masters Tournament, the PGA Championship, the British Open, or even the US Open, The Players also has the largest payout of any tournament on tour. To look back at past champions is to look back at a "Who's Who" of some of the greatest golfers ever, but The Players Championship is known for one thing above anything else: the Island Green. Hole 17 at The Players, while not overly difficult in scoring, is one of the best holes in golf. It is a short par three, but it is completely surrounded by water except for the narrow walkway that allows players to walk onto the green to putt. It has created some great birdies and some equally great bogeys, and it is a great place to sit and watch the tournament. To see this event, grab your tickets at StubHub.
How do I get tickets to The Players Championship?To get The Players Championship tickets, visit StubHub and securely purchase tickets on either the app or website. Make sure to choose which of the four days of the tournament you want to attend, and remember that Sunday is the final round, but it is also usually the most crowded.
How much are The Players Championship tickets?There are many different ways to attend They Players Championship, and in turn, a variety of ticket levels that are available for purchase. General admission will be the least expensive, but it will also be the most prohibitive in terms of seating, parts of the course you could not enter, and dining options. If you just want to watch golf, then general admission is fine, but if you want to experience all that the event has to offer, look for some other options on the StubHub site. There are military discounts as well.
What can I expect when I attend The Players Championship?In Jacksonville, Fla., beginning in the month of March, the weather should be beautiful. The average highs are around 75 degrees Fahrenheit with lows around 55 degrees Fahrenheit. The tournament itself has the feel of a major in terms of intensity and has some great holes to watch as well. While the 17th gets a lot of publicity, the par five at 16 is equally entertaining, and the par 4 at 18 is one of the most difficult closing holes in golf. You can expect to see top golfers challenged by the course.
What is The Players Championship schedule like?The Players Championship officially begins on Thursday morning with a 7:35 a.m. start off the tee and ends on Sunday afternoon when the last player putts on 18. There are other events in conjunction with The Players as well, including designated autograph zones for players and fans to meet.
Who are some of the notable players competing in The Players Championship?Notable golfers who will be playing at the next The Players Championship include the entire top 100 and any past winner or recent PGA Tour winner. As opposed to the four majors, there are very few restrictions and qualifications to play in the tournament, which is why The Players boasts one of the top fields in golf. Expect to see Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, and many others.
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