The Presidents Cup 2011 tickets now available

TICKETS for the 2011 Presidents Cup in Melbourne are now on sale with a variety of options available for golf fans.

The highly anticipated event will take place at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club from November 15-20.

Greg Norman and Fred Couples will return to captain the International and United States teams, respectively.

The Americans currently hold an all-time 6-1-1 lead in the competition, with the lone International Team victory coming in 1998 when the event was last held at Royal Melbourne.

“This spectacular showcase of golf’s best will attract heads of state, industry leaders and golfing enthusiasts from around the world to Melbourne,” Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu said on April 3 at the official ticket launch in Melbourne, where guests included World Golf Hall of Fame member Peter Thompson.

In addition to daily and weekly general admission tickets, fans can now purchase weekly Captains’ Club (a first-class hospitality option that offers food and premium beverages for purchase, scoring terminals, big-screen televisions for a sports-bar environment at the event), The Reserved Grandstand Tickets (situated behind the 16th green, this option guarantees the ticket holder prime viewing of the 16th and 17th holes, where many matches are decided) and tickets to the Opening Ceremony.

There are also special prices for family ticket packages, which will be provided to any group of two adults and two children or one adult and three children.

*Concession Tickets are available for Victorian Seniors Card, Interstate Seniors Card, Australian Pensioner Concession Card, Health Care Card and a Victorian Public Transport Student Concession Card. Your concession card must be on you at all times and presented upon request.


GENERAL ADMISSION: Adult, Concession*, Child, Family

Weekly Captains’ Club (Tuesday-Sunday) $650

Weekly General Admission (Tuesday-Sunday) $475 $395 $295

Tuesday (Practice round) $60 $45 $30 $150

Wednesday (Practice round) $60 $45 $30 $150

Thursday $110 $90 $70 $280

Friday $110 $90 $70 $280

Saturday $130 $110 $85 $335

Sunday $130 $110 $85 $335

RESERVED Adult Concession* Child

Thursday $140 $120 $100

Friday $140 $120 $100

Saturday $190 $170 $115

Sunday $190 $170 $115

Captains’ Club & Grandstand (Tuesday-Sunday) $770

Gen. Admission & Grandstand (Thursday-Sunday) $595 $515 $395

Tickets are available via The Presidents Cup website, by calling Ticketmaster at 136 100 or by visiting a licensed Ticketmaster outlet.


  • The Opening Ceremony is the official start to The Presidents Cup and seating is limited. Opening Ceremony tickets are $35 as an upsell to a Wednesday ticket.
  • Radios, which provide audio of tournament coverage, are available to enhance a fan’s on-site experience for $15.
  • Parking is available for pre-purchase at the cost of $15 daily or $60 weekly.
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Brian is an award winning golf writer and is the founder and editor of Australian Senior Golfer. He is a former Sydney journalist who had little interest in golf till he hit his first ball at the age of 49 (and a half). Since then golf has just about overtaken his life. Brian founded ASG in April 2008 and has since covered every Australian Open, Presidents Cups, World Cups and numerous other big men’s and women’s tournaments, spending days inside the ropes with the likes of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Tom Watson, Fred Couples, Greg Norman, Adam Scott, Jason Day, Karrie Webb, and many others. He has also played in, and reported on, numerous amateur tournaments, particularly senior and veteran events, around the country. Brian is a member of the Australian Golf Media Association and won the award for Best News Report for 2016 - 2017


  1. I have tried all day to book tickets through Ticketmaster, online. The process does not extend beyond ‘Working – waiting time is less than 1 minute’, and this happens for 20 minutes at a time, and more. Calls to ‘Customer Service’ result in a recorded message that tells me that the number I have called is either busy or not being answered. I live in country NSW, and there is no Ticketmaster outlet nearby. Any suggestions from anyone out there? Many thanks

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