British Masters opening round a sell-outApril 28, 2015 Golf News
Over 15,000 spectators fill entire allocation for round one of European Tour event
The opening round of the British Masters has now completely sold out.
More than 15,000 spectators are expected at the first day of the European Tour event, which takes place at Woburn on October 8th, after taking advantage of the ‘Sky Sports Thursday’ free ticket offer.
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Discounted advance tickets for the final three rounds, which take place from Friday October 9th to Sunday October 11th, are now on general sale.
Jamie Birkmyre, championship director of the British Masters, said: “We are obviously delighted with the huge demand for ‘Sky Sports Thursday’ free tickets we experienced over the weekend, and we can look forward to a superb atmosphere for the opening round to mark the tournament’s return to The European Tour.
“Following this response, there will be no admission on the gate for round one, as part of the Sky Sports, and all ticketholders must produce their electronic ticket to ensure entry.”
Tickets for the final three rounds are available jointly via via www.europeantourtickets.com and www.sky.com/tickets.
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