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2019 Presidents Cup
The 2019 Presidents Cup will be held on December 9-15, 2019, when it returns to the prestigious Royal Melbourne Golf Club. Find hospitality opportunities, information on travel packages and ticket options below.
2019 Tickets
Tickets to what will be the biggest tournament in Australian golf this decade are on sale now.
Parking and Transportation
On site car parking at the 2019 Presidents Cup is extremely limited. Please plan ahead for your transportation to and from The Royal Melbourne Golf Club with our public transportation and rides share options.
Accessibility Services Information

Accessibility Services Information

The Presidents Cup is committed to being a fan-friendly event for all fans wanting to experience the competition and The Royal Melbourne Golf Club. Please find details on tickets, parking and on-site accessibility here.
Each Presidents Cup team is made up of 12 players, 8 from the standings and four Captains picks. The Junior Presidents Cup teams are made up of the top-12 eligible juniors as September 5, 2019.
The Presidents Cup could not be a success without the nearly 1,800 volunteers who give their time to help run the event. Be a part of this team and one-of-a-kind experience in 2019.
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The Royal Melbourne Golf Club
The host of the 2019 Presidents Cup will welcome the event, for the third time, to one of Australia's most famous golf meccas, known as the Sandbelt.
Event Schedule
Tee times, gate times and shuttle information, all of the details to plan your trip to Royal Melbourne Golf Club are available in the event schedule.
Plainfield Country Club welcomes the Junior Presidents Cup

Junior Presidents Cup

In 2019, the world's future stars will get their chance to compete for global glory and the right to raise their own cup in the second Junior Presidents Cup. The event, put on by the PGA TOUR and American Junior Golf Association (AJGA), will consist of two teams made up from the top 24 junior boys from the United States and around the world, excluding Europe, split up into teams of 12. Participants for both teams must be at least 12 years old by the start of the tournament and must have not reached their 19th birthday or have yet graduated high school as of January 1, 2019.

Future Events

The Presidents Cup is a biennial event, rotating between a host venue in the United States and one Internationally. Following the 2019 event in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, the Presidents Cup will be contested at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. See where the event and the world's biggest stars are heading in year's to come.

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