The Dell Match Play is one of the most exciting golf tournaments on the PGA Tour
calendar, and it is set to take place in Austin, Texas this week. The tournament is
known for its unique format, which pits golfers against each other in a match play format
rather than the traditional stroke play format. Here’s what you need to know about the
upcoming Dell Match Play.
Big Name Golfers
As one of the premier events on the PGA Tour, the Dell Match Play attracts many of the
world’s top golfers. This year’s tournament is no exception, with a star-studded field that
includes the likes of Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas,
Rory McIlroy, and defending champion Billy Horschel.
The Dell Match Play is a bracket-style tournament, with 64 golfers competing in a
single-elimination format. The golfers are divided into 16 groups of four, and each group
plays a round-robin format over the first three days of the tournament. The golfer with
the best record in each group advances to the knockout stage, where they compete in
single-elimination matches until a champion is crowned on Sunday.
Tickets and Parking
If you’re interested in attending the Dell Match Play, there are a few different ticket
options available. General admission tickets start at $60 for a daily pass, while weekly
passes are available for $199. There are also VIP packages available that include
access to exclusive hospitality areas, premium seating, and more.
As for parking, there are several lots available for tournament-goers. The main parking
lot is located at the Travis County Expo Center, and shuttle buses are available to take
fans to and from the course. If you’re planning to take a rideshare, there is a designated
drop-off and pick-up area near the course.
The Dell Match Play is set to be one of the most exciting events on the PGA Tour
calendar, with a star-studded field and a unique match play format. Who is going to be