2012 Masters Tickets
April 5, 2011 by staff
2012 Masters Tickets, Golf lovers have a new way of buying badges for the Masters in Augusta 2012. The chairman of Augusta National Golf Club says some tournament tickets will be available on the Web Masters.
ANGC chairman Billy Payne said Monday that applications are being taken for 2012 www.masters.com practice rounds and a small number of badges daily tournament.
“The continuation of the full application process to our official website of the tournament is a safe and convenient for those who wish to apply for tickets daily practice round,” said Payne. “We are also pleased to offer a limited number of tickets for different days of the tournament round, which until now have been granted to holders of our Series Badge.”
Here’s more information from the press release issued Monday in Augusta:
Regarding 2012 Masters tickets, please note the following:
All applications for the practice round and the Daily tournament tickets are now being accepted exclusively www.masters.com.
Applications Daily tournament tickets must be submitted by June. The deadline for ticket applications practice round on July 30.
Each assignment will have its own process of random selection and all applicants will be notified by e-mail several weeks after the deadlines.
* The allocation of tickets up for daily tournament is two tickets for one day and four for one day for practice round tickets.
The annual application process for existing holders Badge Series, which constitute the overwhelming majority of customers from Thursday to Sunday, will also transition to the Internet; this new process will be communicated to the holders of the Badge series later this year.
All information regarding the sale of tickets is available on www.masters.com.
Practice round tickets were allocated by random draw of the tournament since 1995 with applications being accepted by mail. The list of customers who regularly receive requests for series badges, which grant admission Thursday through Sunday, has been closed since 1971. A waiting list was then established, closed in 1978, reopened briefly in 2000 and was evacuated by the reallocation of tickets attrition.
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.