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    Presidents Cup ticket offer!

    Team captains Fred Couples and Greg Norman with the Presidents Cup.The world’s best golfers will descend on Melbourne in November to battle for The Presidents Cup and MCC members have a special opportunity to obtain tickets prior to public sale.

    The Presidents Cup is a biennial team match play competition featuring 24 of the world’s top golfers – 12 from the United States and 12 from the rest of the world (excluding Europe). 

    In 2011, Fred Couples and Greg Norman will be returning as captains of the US and International teams when the event returns to Royal Melbourne Golf Club from November 15-20.

    MCC members may purchase a maximum of four tickets in a priority booking period from Thursday March 31 at 9.00am until Sunday April 3 at 5.00pm.

    Tickets are limited and will be sold through Ticketmaster.

    To purchase, enter the code “MCC” when prompted.

    Tiger WoodsAll ticket types will be offered, including weekly, daily tickets, reserved grandstand seating and the opening ceremony.

    The playing schedule, ticket prices and additional information can be found at the official Presidents Cup website .

    Children are classified as aged 5-15 years.  Children aged four and under will be granted free general admission access when accompanied by a paying adult, with a general admission ticket. 

    Please note, only one child will be permitted per one adult. Reserved grandstand seats must be purchased for all children, unless they are young enough to sit on your lap.

    Please be aware that there are no child care facilities at The Royal Melbourne Golf Club and adults are responsible for their children at all times.

    General admission tickets for people with a disability will be sold at retail general admission ticket prices. If a person with a disability requires a carer, the carer will be admitted free of charge with a valid Companion Card. 

    A designated accessible area on the 16th green will be available for all general admission ticket holders with a disability and their carers.  Additional friends may access the same area, if room permits, but all friends must have purchased a ticket.  No seating will be provided in this area.

    Don’t miss your chance to see the world’s best golfers in action…right on your doorstep!

    1 - 6 of 6 Comments

    Posted by: Peter McCormick on 29/03/2011 01:54:57 PM

    As im a Full MCC Member can I purchase 4 tickets for my partner and teenage children to attend with me to this event. My partner and children are Not MCC members but can i buy these tickets for me and them to attend. Please advise

    Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Club on 29/03/2011 02:00:04 PM

    Hello Peter. Yes, an MCC member is able to purchase tickets during this priority period to take non-members with you.

    Posted by: Mark on 29/03/2011 02:37:38 PM

    Do I as the member have to attend? I am thinking of purchasing tickets as a gift.

    Posted by: JOHN MORGAN on 29/03/2011 02:42:45 PM

    Is the MCC planing to have a Marque at the Presidents Cup or the Australian Masters again this year.
    I had a great day there last year.
    Reagards John Morgan

    Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Club on 29/03/2011 02:44:28 PM

    Hi Mark. No, there is no requirement to attend. The offer merely allows MCC members access to tickets in a priority period.

    Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Club on 29/03/2011 02:45:07 PM

    Hi John. Glad you enjoyed it! We'll keep members informed of any developments, but there are no plans in place at this stage.

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