The countdown has begun to the most prestigious event in women’s professional golf, when tickets for the 2007 Women’s World Cup of Golf go on sale at Computicket outlets nationwide on Friday 1 September 2006.
The global event will feature 44 of the world’s top women golfers from 22 countries competing for a purse of $1.2 million on the fairways of the Gary Player Country Club at Sun City in the North West Province of South Africa from 19-21 January 2007.
As part of the World Cup’s objective of making world-class women’s golf accessible to all, tournament CEO Tania Fourie has confirmed that there will be no increase in the price of tickets for the third successive year.
Day passes will cost R100 per person per day or R250 for the three-day extravaganza, inclusive of Computicket charges.
Children under 16 years of age gain free access, while pensioners will pay only R80 per day or R150 for a three-day pass.
In addition, Ambassador Club tickets are available to the public at R250 per person per day or R700 for the three days, enabling spectators to watch all the action on big screen televisions from the comfort of an air-conditioned marquee and hosted by South African golf legend Sally Little.
Physically disabled spectators should contact the event organisers, MARU Sport Marketing, on (011) 444 9400 or email [email protected] for more information on the facilities available.
Since its inception two years ago, the Women’s World Cup of Golf has grown in stature and last year’s event doubled its spectator numbers compared with the inaugural World Cup.
For more information, including tour and corporate hospitality packages, visit www.womensworldcupofgolf.com.