Upgraded tickets now available for the 2024 Presidents Cup at The Royal Montreal Golf Club

MONTREAL, Quebec, Canada – Select ticket options for the 2024 Presidents Cup, set for September 24-29, 2024 at The Royal Montreal Golf Club, are now on sale to the public. Offers include tickets to the upgraded Captains’ Club and the International Club, both available for purchase at PresidentsCup.com.

“We are thrilled to announce Captains’ Club and International Club as the first offering of ticket packages available to the public for the 2024 Presidents Cup,” said Executive Director Ryan Hart. “We are just one year away from bringing our largest global event back to the city of Montreal and I am confident the 2024 Presidents Cup will deliver a spectacular experience that builds on the foundation laid in 2007. The fan experience not only caters to those locally, but internationally as well, as Montreal continues to shine as a premier destination for global events.”

This climate-controlled multi-level venue, located in between the 15th and 17th tees offers upgraded food and beverage options for purchase. Captains' Club provides a sports bar environment to enjoy with your fellow fans, along with an expansive patio space to take in the action. Captains’ Club daily tickets start at $200 for Tuesday or Wednesday, $300 for Thursday or Sunday, and $350 for Friday or Saturday.

Located on No. 16 fairway, the International Club is another climate-controlled venue inclusive of a variety of local and international-themed cuisine and upgraded beverages, with prominent views of both the 15th and 16th holes. International Club tickets start at $500 for Wednesday, $700 for Thursday or Sunday and $750 for Friday or Saturday.

The ticket launch comes just two weeks after a three-day captains visit in Montreal, where International Team Captain Mike Weir and U.S. Team Captain Jim Furyk took part in content shoots, appeared at the Canadiens golf tournament benefiting Montreal Canadiens Children’s Foundation, participated in a panel discussion at the Montreal Chamber of Commerce and manuevered their way through downtown Montreal to visit historic landmarks, all to commemorate the one-year countdown to the Presidents Cup’s arrival in the City of Saints.

Founded in 1873, The Royal Montreal Golf Club is the oldest club in North America. Its Blue Course was designed by Dick Wilson and updated by Rees Jones in 2004 and 2005. The Royal Montreal G.C. was host venue to the Presidents Cup in 2007 and is one of four international golf courses to host the event, including The Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia (1998, 2011, 2019); The Links at Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate in George, South Africa (2003); and Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea in Songdo, IBD, Korea (2015). In addition to hosting the Presidents Cup, Royal Montreal also held the RBC Canadian Open on 10 occasions, most recently in 2014.

For more information about the Presidents Cup, please visit PresidentsCup.com.