Ryder Cup 2023 tickets: Where and how to buy them

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European Ryder Cup captain Luke Donald (right) with USA captain Zach Johnson during a press conference at the Hotel Cavalieri, Rome. The 2023 Ryder Cup will take place at the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club, Fri, 29 Sept 2023 – Sun, 1 Oct 2023. Picture date: Tuesday October 4, 2022. - Photo by Icon sport

As one of the biggest sporting events taking place this year, Ryder Cup 2023 tickets are in high demand with the competition set to take at the end of September. As always, the Ryder Cup will see Europe’s best golfers go head-to-head with the USA’s best golfers over three days of matchplay action in a format that never fails to deliver.

This year, the event will be taking place in Rome at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club and it marks the first time in five years that Europe have hosted due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Captained by Luke Donald, the hosts will be looking to win back the famous trophy after suffering a heavy loss two years ago at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.

With major season now wrapped up on the PGA Tour, attention is now fully on the looming Ryder Cup. If you are interested in buying tickets, then here is everything you need to know.

Where to buy 2023 Ryder Cup tickets?

The only place to securely and safely purchase tickets for the 2023 Ryder Cup tickets is through the official Ryder Cup website. While other third-party websites may be offering tickets on their websites, you should exercise caution as these will either be a) overpriced or b) fake/duplicate tickets.

Marco Simone Golf and Country Club
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How to buy 2023 Ryder Cup tickets?

The 2023 Ryder Cup have a number of different ticket options available to fans who want to attend. They are as follows.

General admission

Unfortunately, all general admission tickets for the weekend’s action are now sold out. The Ryder Cup is often an in-demand event and this year’s was no different. It is the first time that the event has been held in Italy so Italian fans were understandably quick to snap up tickets as soon as they went on sale earlier this year.

Tuesday-Thursday tickets

Fans who still want to sample the atmosphere of a Ryder Cup are still able to do so by purchasing day tickets for Tuesday-Thursday in the week building up to the tournament. On each day, different activities will be taking place on the course in Rome including team practice and live music and entertainment.

For fans who purchase tickets for Thursday, the opportunity to see the official opening ceremony will also be on offer while the Junior Ryder Cup final will also take place on this day.


If you are willing to pay, then hospitality packages are still available for the entire week at the 2023 Ryder Cup. From the Captain’s Club, which is priced at €895 per person for a day and situated on the 7th green, to the Founders Lounge, which is priced at €1295 per person for a day and overlooks the 16th and 17th holes, there are a few options still available.

Additionally, tickets for the Vista Box are also still available.  This package is billed as a new way to experience the Ryder Cup with ticket holders able to enjoy a party-like atmosphere in the Vista Grandstand on the 12th green while a more relaxing atmosphere in the “garden” on the 9th fairway.

Full information on all hospitality options and packages can be found on the Hospitality section on the Ryder Cup website.

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Andy Delaney

Freelance Sports Journalist from Manchester, England with a keen interest in football, golf, tennis and basketball.