LAS VEGAS, Nev. (Aug. 29, 2018)–Whether you’re looking to take in the golf at the 2018 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open for a day or looking to take in the action all week from one of the best vantage points, there’s ticket pricing to fit everyone’s agenda and pocketbook. Plus, purchase before Sept. 21 and get a free ticket to the exciting Sunday final round plus UNLV students, faculty, staff and alumni can receive a free tournament ticket. –By Bill Bowman, Las Vegas Golf Insider staff.
The tournament, which will be held Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 2018, at TPC Summerlin, will feature 132 of the PGA Tour’s top players. Included in the field are several players with Las Vegas ties including Charley Hoffman, Ryan Moore, Scott Piercy, Chad Campbell, Kevin Na and Aaron Wise. This will be the 36th consecutive year the PGA Tour has stopped in Las Vegas.
Fans can check out the grounds for as little as $15 for a daily ticket. Click here (eventbrite.com/e/2018-shriners-hospitals-for-children-open-tickets-5480598618?aff=ehomecard) for ticket information.
There’s also a special going on through Sept. 21, 2018. “Right now, if they buy a one-day general admission ticket for any of the days of the tournament, they will receive a free ticket to Sunday,” said Patrick Lindsey, executive director of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
And there’s more.
UNLV students, faculty, staff and alumni can receive a free tournament ticket by showing proper ID. And police, fire, EMT and active or retired military personnel are also being offered complimentary tickets to the event and will have access to the Patriots’ Outpost near the 16th green.
Fans can also get in on a variety of daily or weekly specials as well.
– Ticket for all four tournament days ($50).
– Ticket for The Hill ($35 for a single day; $99 for the week).
– Upgraded tickets for The Hill that includes unlimited beer, wine, water and soft drinks. ($89 for a single day; $299 for the week).
– Ticket for daily access to TPC Summerlin Clubhouse ($75 for a single day; $299 for the week).
And then there’s this beauty.
“The best tickets we have are to The Hive,” Lindsey said. “It’s a shared hospitality on the 17th tee with upgraded buffet and bar. It’s got great food and great views of great golf.”
A ticket for one day at The Hive is $300. A ticket for The Hive, Saturday and Sunday is $550 and the cost for all week is $999.