Weekend tickets to the Horizon Irish Open have sold out

Tickets for Saturday and Sunday are now sold out. Credit: Getty Images.

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This year’s Horizon Irish Open is now fully sold out over the weekend as DP World Tour events are experiencing an unprecedented demand for tickets.

The Horizon Irish Open will return to the Mount Juliet Estate from June 30 – July 3, with home heroes Padrig Harrington, Shane Lori and Seamus Power leading the field. Ryder Cup stars Tyrell Hatton, Thomas Peters and Thorbjorn Olesen, as well as defending champion Lucas Herbert.

For the first time since 2019, full capacity crowds will return to the historic event, and the unprecedented demand means all general admission tickets for the weekend are now closed, while premium packages for the entire week have also been sold out.

Fans are now being encouraged to buy their tickets to avoid the disappointment of hoping to participate in the celebrity pro-am or tournament two days from Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Simon Ellis, championship director of Horizon’s DP World Tour, said: “We were amazed at the interest of Irish golf fans in returning to their national open this year, and this is the first weekend sale-out experience we’ve seen. Irish Open.

“It’s going to be an incredible week, with exciting musical activities Hermitage Green and Ally Sherlock adding to the festive atmosphere for which the show is famous.

“With the return of Seamus Power for the first time since Shane Lori and PGA Tour winners in red-hot form, it is becoming a huge celebration of Irish golf. We look forward to a cracking week at the wonderful Mount Juliet Estate. “

Last year, returning home fans saw Herbert win in wire-to-wear fashion, winning a three-stroke for the second DP World Tour title. The promising 25-year-old won the PGA Tour for the first time at the October 2021 Butterfield Bermuda Championships.

Prior to the 2021 edition, Mount Juliet hosted the Irish Open for three consecutive years in 1993, 1994 and 1995, winning by Nick Faldo of England, Bernhard Langer of Germany and Sam Torrance of Scotland, respectively.

LiveScores is now available at IrishScores.com

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