The Masters Announces Higher Ticket Prices for 2023 Tournament
Long known as one of the best deals for sports fans, The Masters tournament is slightly less so in 2023, as organizers have announced they are raising ticket prices for 2023. Fans who have access to purchase weekly badges – which are good for all days of the tournament... Read more
LIV Golf Tour Announces Sales partner for Remaining 2022 Events
LIV Golf, which has drawn headlines for its massive payouts to existing stars (and challenge to the PGA Tour status quo) has announced a partnership with ISBI 360’s Virtual Sales Network to help push tickets for its remaining 2022 events. The nascent series has struggled selling tickets in its... Read more
Ticket Applications for The Masters 2023 Tournament Open
The odds may be long, but those interested can take their shot at getting tickets to The Masters in 2023, as the ticket request application window is now open. Fans can enter for a chance to purchase tickets to both tournament days and practice rounds, directly through Tickets.Masters.com. Run... Read more
LIV Golf Invitational Poaches Multiple PGA Tour Stars for Upstart Event
On Wednesday, Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Reed were reported as the latest PGA Tour stars to join the upstart LIV Golf Invitational circuit, which begins play this weekend at Centurion Golf Club. The Saudi-backed series of events has drawn commitments from a number of top professionals in recent weeks,... Read more
Former USGA Employee Gets Jail Time for Role in U.S. Open Ticket Fraud
Robert Fryer, the former USGA employee at the center of a scam involving U.S. Open tickets, was sentenced to 14 months in prison and ordered to pay millions in restitution for his role in the fraud. Fryer was the second person to receive jail time related to the case,... Read more
Pennsylvania Ticket Broker Receives Jail Time in U.S. Open Ticket Fraud
A Pennsylvania ticket broker was sentenced to six months of prison time and three years of supervised release for his role in a scheme that involved an insider stealing tickets to U.S. Open golf tournaments to sell on the secondary market. James Bell, who owns and operates Sherry’s Theater... Read more
Former USGA Employee Charged With Fraud Over 23,000 Stolen US Open Tickets
A former employee of the United States Golf Association (USGA) faces up to 300 years of prison and millions of dollars in fines over allegations that he stole thousands of US Open tickets and sold them over a seven year span. Robert Fryer was charged with one count of... Read more
Golf’s U.S. Open to Allow Limited Fans at Torrey Pines in California
Fans will be allowed at the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines in southern California, but those who have already purchased tickets will have to re-purchase them if they hope to go. Tickets will be sold in waves until the allocation is spent, beginning April 26. “Before the COVID-19 pandemic,... Read more
PGA Tour Set For Spectator Return at Bermuda Championship in October
A limited number of general admission spectators will be allowed at October’s Bermuda Championship, the first crowds approved for attendance at a PGA Tour event since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The number of fans allowed to attend has not yet been determined, and will be announced after... Read more
The Masters Will Go On in November Without Fans Present
Confirming rumors that began to spread last week, Augusta National Golf Club announced Wednesday that the 2020 Masters Tournament will take place November 9-15 without patrons or guests on the grounds of the hallowed golf club. The tournament, postponed from its traditional April dates due to the coronvairus, had... Read more