RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIFORNIA, February 5, 2018 – ANA Inspiration tournament officials today announced ticket options for the 2018 edition of the LPGA’s first major championship, ensuring fans can have a front row seat to witness the iconic champion’s leap into Poppie’s Pond.
The 47th edition of the ANA Inspiration will take place March 26 to April 1, 2018 on the Dinah Shore Tournament Course at Mission Hills Country Club. The golf course will be open to the public beginning Wednesday, March 28 with fan parking available at Agua Caliento Casino.
“We are pleased to unveil a comprehensive ticket plan that we think appeals to families, those looking to entertain guests and everyone in between,” said Gabe Codding, ANA Inspiration tournament director. “We look forward to once again opening golf’s major championship season as the ANA Inspiration plays host to the best golfers in the world.”
New in for 2018, a limited number of clubhouse tickets are available, giving fans exclusive access to the Champions Bar & Craft Kitchen at Mission Hills Country Club. Each clubhouse ticket includes a single visit to enjoy delicious breakfast and lunch food stations. Fans can cool off while enjoying golf on TV indoors or watch the 18th Green from the outdoor terrace. This ticket option also includes access to the clubhouse restrooms. Beverages and snacks not included but available for purchase.
Those looking for the best view of the most recognizable hole in women’s golf can choose 18th Green Suite access, overlooking the iconic Poppie’s Pond with catering by the award-winning Wally’s Desert Turtle. Food, beverage and VIP valet parking are included with this ticket option.
The tournament also offers daily and weekly general admission grounds tickets (Pro-Am Grounds: $15; Any Tournament Day Grounds: $30; Weekly Grounds: $99; Six-Pack of Any Day Grounds: $145).
Fans age 17 and under will receive free general admission with a ticketed adult. Ticket packages are available by visiting www.ANAInspiration.com.
The ANA Inspiration is owned and operated by the LPGA and IMG.