Dell Technologies Match Play nearing third straight sell out

Top 10 in the FedExCup all set to compete in Austin with Jason Day's commitment

AUSTIN, Texas – The World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play is nearing a sell out for the third consecutive year, according to tournament officials. There is only a limited inventory of weekly grounds tickets and weekly ULTRA Club tickets remaining in advance of the top 64 golfers in the world returning to Austin Country Club on March 21-25, 2018. ULTRA Club tickets are the only upgraded hospitality tickets still available.

“We’ve always gotten amazing support from the Austin community with consecutive sell-out crowds, and we expect another this year. All of our corporate hospitality venues are already sold out, and that’s due in large part to the incredible partnership and support we’ve received from Dell Technologies and Austin Country Club,” said Executive Director Jordan Uppleger. “We expect to be out of our remaining weekly grounds ticket and ULTRA Club tickets by the end of the week. For fans who have not secured their weekly grounds tickets yet, the time to get them is now.”

Fans who have not yet purchased their tickets can log on to the tournament website at to ensure they are in attendance when Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas and Jon Rahm arrive in Austin for the only head-to-head, match-play format event on the PGA TOUR schedule. Those who purchase tickets are reminded that youth 18 and under will be admitted free all week when accompanied by a ticketed adult (one free youth ticket per each adult ticket will be available). This free ticket only applies for grounds tickets and not upgraded hospitality options.

2014 and 2016 champion Jason Day announced his commitment to the event on Wednesday. With Day’s commitment, every player in the top 10 in the current FedExCup standings is now set to compete in Austin, including defending FedExCup champion, and current leader, Justin Thomas and defending Dell Technologies Match Play champion Dustin Johnson.

“I definitely love this format. I've had some pretty good finishes in this format,” Day said previously. “I've really enjoyed coming to Austin. The members of this Austin Country Club have been -- it's been fantastic to play. Hats off to them for letting us come to Austin Country Club and take over for a week. The patience they have is great. Jordan [Uppleger] and his whole staff have done a fantastic job with really getting this tournament underway.”

The Dell Technologies Match Play is one of the most elite and exciting tournaments on golf’s calendar. Established in 1999, the Dell Technologies Match Play is one of four tournaments in the World Golf Championships series (Dell Technologies Match Play, Mexico Championship, Bridgestone Invitational, HSBC Champions) that are sanctioned and organized by the operational committee of the International Federation of PGA Tours, which includes the Asian Tour, European Tour, Japan Golf Tour, PGA TOUR, PGA Tour of Australasia and Sunshine Tour and are official events for all Tours across the globe (PGA TOUR, European Tour, Asian Tour, South African Tour, etc.)

Only the top 64 players in the Official World Golf Ranking are invited to play in the Dell Technologies Match Play, a strict qualification guideline that ensures the field in Austin annually consists of the very best players from around the world from all Tours.

The Dell Technologies Match Play has generated more than $17 million for charity since its inception, part of the more than $60 million raised for global charities since the advent of the World Golf Championships in 1999. For more information, visit

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