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AUSTIN, Texas – Tournament officials announced today that tickets are now on sale to the general public for the 2023 World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play when the event returns to Austin Country Club, March 22-26.

“The launch of General Admission tickets means we are less than 70 days away from once again hosting the PGA TOUR's 64 best golfers in Austin,” said Vice President and Executive Director Jordan Uppleger. “This will be an exciting year for fans as we welcome back one of our favorite Longhorns, Scottie Scheffler, as he prepares to defend his title at Austin Country Club. In addition to compelling competition inside the ropes, the 2023 event will once again deliver unique experiences for every type of fan, leaning into Austin’s unique culture of world renowned food, music, drinks, and activities for the family, highlighted by complimentary admission for youth 15 and under with a ticketed adult." The WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play returns for the seventh time to Austin, offering fans the unique opportunity to witness the PGA TOUR’s only regular-season match-play event. As in previous years, the field will be divided into 16 four-player groups. Each group will play round-robin matches within their group on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The player with the best record in each of the four-player groups advances to the Round of 16 for single-elimination match play. The Round of 16 will be played Saturday morning, followed by Quarterfinals that afternoon. The Semifinals take place Sunday morning, followed by the Championship Match and Consolation Match Sunday afternoon.

The 2022 event was won in dramatic fashion when University of Texas alum and fan favorite Scottie Scheffler defeated 2019 champion Kevin Kisner in the Championship Match, 4 and 3. With the win, Scheffler became the youngest player in history to win the event and moved to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time in his career. With the unique competition format, top-ranked players and a venue set on the Colorado River with the Pennybacker Bridge as a backdrop, the event offers a grounds ticket experience unlike any other.

General Admission tickets provide single-day access to the tournament along with all of the public fan areas. Spectators may purchase up to eight (8) tickets per transaction.

Ticket Pricing (not including taxes and fees, prices may fluctuate based on market demand)

  • Wednesday - $120

  • Thursday - $150

  • Friday - $165

  • Saturday - $150

  • Sunday - $125

General Admission ticket holders can look forward to many new and returning open-to-the-public venues including the Curative Commons on 10 Green, the Cadillac Lounge on 11 Green and Tito’s Stillhouse Lounge on 12 Fairway, all positioned perfectly throughout the back nine near the Pennybacker Bridge offering a wide variety fan enhancements such as lounge seating, food and beverage for purchase, interactive games and ample views of the competition Wednesday through Sunday.

In collaboration” with Intel®, complimentary Youth Tickets will permit youth 15-and-under to gain free entry when accompanied by a ticketed adult, offering up to 500 tickets per day with a maximum of two (2) youth tickets available with each adult.

Additionally, complimentary admission for military will also be made available. Disruptive, a leading late-stage global technology investment firm based in Austin, TX, has been named the Preferred Military Partner of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play and will donate up to 500 complimentary General Admission tickets per day (Wednesday-Sunday) to active and reserve military members. Details on redemption for both offers will be announced at a later date.

“I am incredibly proud that our company is able to do its part to support our brave military members. This partnership means a lot to me personally and everyone at Disruptive," said Disruptive Founder and CEO, Alex Davis. "With tensions rising around the world, it is more important than ever to look after the safety and security of our citizens. For us, supporting American defense is about more than just good business sense – it is something we truly believe in as a company. We are honored to be able to make a real difference through this partnership."

A portion of all ticket proceeds are donated back to non-profits in the greater Austin community, including Dell Children’s and First Tee – Greater Austin. Due to a strong show of support by Dell Technologies, corporate sponsors, ACC members and fans, the 2022 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play amassed over $1.2 million in charitable contributions, bringing the all-time charitable giving to over $6 million since the tournament moved to Austin Country Club in 2016. Since its inception in 1999, the event has generated more than $22 million for charity (including past locations and title sponsors).

To purchase tickets or for more information about options, visit Parking information for the 2023 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play will be announced at later date.

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