Four Day Passes For Tour Championship Still Under $50

The East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, GA will be the host of the upcoming Tour Championship by Coca Cola that will decide the champion of the FedEx Cup. Despite the magnitude of the tournament, four-day passes are going for an average price below $50 on the secondary market, which could make it one of the better values in September.

In fact, according to TiqIQ, the average price for a four-day pass at the East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta is $47, with the cheapest passes going for as little as $28. Additionally, the average price for individual day session passes is clocking in at $76.96, with a get-in price of no more than $52. It’s certainly great pricing to take advantage of, especially with a lot on the line, and even out-of-town fans will be tempted to make the trek to take in the action live. Fortunately, Hipmunk.com makes it an easy process, having affordable Atlanta airfare from most major airline carriers. Furthermore, they have cheap hotels in Atlanta, with rooms starting as low as $68.

Although 21-year old Jordan Spieth is coming off a historic season, he has not played his best golf at this stage of the FedEx Cup championship. Spieth has missed cuts at the Barclays Open and the Deutsche Bank Championships, where the youngster played his worst two rounds of golf of the campaign. At the same time, Spieth has showed up in the biggest tournaments and has been impressive for the most part.

Australia’s Jason Day has been on a legendary tear so far this season. The 27-year old hasn’t missed a cut since June, and hasn’t finished below 12th in any of his starts since missing the cut at the Memorial Tournament back on June 7. Day set a record for the lowest score at the PGA Championship, and has also won the Deutsche Bank Championship and the RBC Canadian Open since missing the cut at Memorial.

Saturday holds the tournament’s most expensive tickets, as passes are going for $87.68 on the secondary market. Friday’s passes are going for the lowest prices, meanwhile, as tickets are averaging $62.36, while the get-in price is $38.

The Tour Championship has been played at East Lake every year since 2004. Billy Horschel came away with 2014’s crown, edging out former world No. 1 Rory McIlroy by three strokes. The American registered a -2 (68) mark on Sunday to take both the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup.

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