astros houston open

Fore! It’s time to enjoy some world-class golf right in your backyard.

Following a one-year hiatus, the PGA Houston Open returns to the Tournament Course at Golf Club in Houston and some of the world’s best players among a 144-man field will be on hand to show off their skills.

There are a wealth of ticket options varying in price, allowing you and your family to spend as much or as little time at the tournament. Not sure which day you will be able to attend? Then buy a “Good Any Day” general admission ticket ($50) that will get you in one day through the length of the tournament, which kicked off Oct. 7 and runs through Sunday, Oct. 13.

If you know what day you want to attend, tickets are slightly cheaper, starting at $44. A week-long general admission ticket costs $150.

For the intense golfer, there are plenty of higher-end ticket options to make the most of the tournament from the course’s best holes.

But this tournament isn’t just about watching professional golfers. There are plenty of spectator events that will make this a special week — and some of them are FREE!

From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., the public is allowed to come and watch the pros practice for free. Even better — parking is also free. That evening, the Astros Golf Foundation, which is sponsoring this year’s Open, is hosting a Pro-Am Draw Party from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. which features live music by Tracy Bird and The Rustic. Tickets are $25 to that event.

On Friday night, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., country music star Clay Walker headlines the Houston Open Friday Night Concert.

And if you’re lucky enough to attend Championship Sunday, the first 5,000 fans receive a replica trophy that will be given out that evening to the tournament winner.

So, who are some of the top players in this year’s tournament? The field is led by Henrik Stenson, of Sweden, who has had two runner-up finishes in this tournament. Russell Henley is the No. 2 seed, followed by Daniel Berger, Brian Harman and Denny McCarthy.

If you love golf and have no plans for the week — head on out to the Tournament Course, which is rich with native plants and wildlife. It’s Houston’s only PGA Tour stop, so make sure to take advantage of this opportunity. You can buy tickets, here.

 

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