Tickets for the inaugural Rocket Mortgage Classic at the Detroit Golf Club — the first PGA Tour event ever played in the city of Detroit — will go on sale to the general public next Wednesday.
“This marks another major step toward the debut of the PGA Tour in Detroit,” says Jason Langwell, executive director of the Rocket Mortgage Classic. “With very high demand, we encourage fans to get their tickets early while many options are still available.”
Tickets will be sold starting at 9 a.m. March 13 exclusively online at RocketMortgageClassic.com, with pricing options beginning as low as $10 for daily grounds passes.
Single-day tournament passes range from $10 to $85 and ticket packages for multiple days range from $175 to $1,750. Events begin with practice rounds on June 15 and continue through to the final tournament round on June 30.
The $10 ticket is for the Tuesday practice round only. The single-day cost for the Rocket Mortgage Classic Pro-Am Wednesday is $15. Thursday’s tournament opening round costs $40. A Friday pass runs $45 and Saturday and Sunday tickets are $55 each. For $65, a golf fan can purchase a one-day pass and attend any day. The premier single-day ticket is the Thursday-through-Sunday Club 16, for $85, which provides one-day access to covered seating with views of the 16th green and the 17th tee.
Fans interested in attending all six days of the event can purchase a weekly grounds pass for $175. The top-drawer weekly package, at $1,750, is the Michelob Ultra Club, which includes two tickets and hospitality access for all four tournament rounds, Thursday through Sunday.
Active duty and retired military personnel, and children under 15 years old (with a ticketed adult) receive complimentary grounds tickets.
The full list of all available ticket packages can be found at RocketMortgageClassic.com.
Look for coverage of the Rocket Mortgage Classic in the May-June issue of DBusiness magazine.