LIV Golf Invitational Series: How much do the tickets cost?

This is what you will get for your money if you buy a ticket to the LIV Golf Invitational Series opener at Centurion Club.

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Tue, 31 May 2022
LIV Golf Invitational Series: How much do the tickets cost?

The first event of the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series is due to be held next week at Centurion Club.

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Despite the fact we do not even know who is in the field at the time of writing, tickets are on sale - but they are not cheap. 

From 9 June, the three day tournament will host (we are told) 48 players comprising of 12 teams of four. 

"Cheers and jeers are welcome," LIV Golf have said about the new league. "We're creating quite a buzz." 

If rumours are to be believed, there will be team colours and players will be taken to their starting tee in a traditional London black cab. 

You read that correctly, a traditional Black cab. That could be a load of nonsense, but it appears that we only have conjecture with LIV Golf. 

Greg Norman, LIV Golf Investments chief executive, has promised to completely transcend the sport of golf as we know it. 

It's for the good of the game, he has said when talking about this $255million series which boasts a shotgun start format. 

So how much is it all costing? Well, if you want a day pass it will cost you £68 a day. A three day pass costs £178.39. 

Apart from entry on the course, your money will allow you access into the "fan village". 

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Fans are reportedly going to be greeted with a "London-themed" experience with Covent Garden-style street performers and food stalls.

There is a kids zone that will feature children's entertainers, soft play equipment, face painting, crazy golf and putting challenges.

LIV Golf are also promising tips from professional coaches and allowing fans to test their skills on swing simulators and play iconic courses.

At the end of each day, there will be an entertainment and free concerts. The headline acts haven't been announced.

If you want something a little extra, then you can buy tickets to Club 54. 

That promises champagne on arrival, a private viewing terrace, indulging in luxury food and access to the practice area.

Per day, Club 54 costs £1,954.40. If you want a three-day pass, it will set you back £5,851.31.

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