The PGA Tour suspended the 2019-20 season indefinitely in early March. While there is hope the season will resume sometime this summer, a host of tournaments scheduled for the spring have already been canceled. That’s tough news for golf fans everywhere. But it’s even tougher news for those who had purchased tickets to attend one of the canceled or postponed events.

So, if you are one of those unlucky fans holding passes to a recently-canceled Tour event, what are you supposed to do now? That depends on which tournament you were planning on attending.

In total, nine regular Tour events have been canceled or postponed so far. If you have tickets to one of those tourneys, you’re in luck. Tournament organizers from each event are offering full refunds for your purchases. Here’s the full list of those events:

March 9-15 – Players Championship (Cancelled)
March 16-22 – Valspar Championship (Cancelled)
March 23-29 – WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (Cancelled)
March 23-29 – Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship (Postponed)
March 30-April 5 – Valero Texas Open (Cancelled)
April 13-19 – RBC Heritage (Cancelled)
April 20-26 – Zurich Classic of New Orleans (Cancelled)
April 27-May 3 – Wells Fargo Championship (Cancelled)
May 4-10 – AT&T Byron Nelson – (Cancelled)


Here are the rules and directions for receiving ticket refunds for each tournament.

Players Championship ticket refund policy

For purchases made through THEPLAYERS.com via Ticketmaster, a refund will be issued automatically from Ticketmaster. Refunds should be received within 7-10 days. To check on the status, visit https://www.ticketmaster.com/h/returns.html or call (800-653-8000).

For General Admission Stadium Passes or Captain’s Club purchases made through the phone or the PGA TOUR APP, a refund will be issued automatically. To check on the status of your refund, please fill out the form below. Please note: if you purchased a ticket via a PGA TOUR Sales agent or the PGA TOUR App, Ticketmaster representatives will not be able to provide an update on the status of your refund.

Valspar Championship ticket refund policy

Individually purchased tickets via Ticketmaster will be refunded in the next 7-10 business days. You do not need to request a refund.

If you purchased your ticket at a Publix Super Market, please return to the store with your ticket to get a refund before March 31, 2020.

If you purchased tickets at Hooters Restaurants, take the tickets with the receipt to the Hooters restaurant where they were originally purchased and you will be refunded via your original method of payment. Please make sure to bring the credit card used for the purchase. 

WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play ticket refund policy

For purchases made through www.delltechnologiesmatchplay.com via Ticketmaster, a refund will be issued automatically from Ticketmaster. Refunds should be received within 7-10 days. To check on the status, visit https://www.ticketmaster.com/h/returns.html or call (800-653-8000).

For General Admission Grounds or ULTRA Club purchases made through Account Manager, by phone, or through the PGA TOUR APP, a refund will be issued automatically. To check on the status of your refund, please fill out the form below. Please note: if you purchased a ticket via the phone or the PGA TOUR App, Ticketmaster representatives will not be able to provide an update on the status of your refund.

For purchases made through third party purchases (i.e. StubHub, Seat Geek, Vivid Seats, etc.) please reach out to the agency where the ticket was purchased.

Refunds will only be issued to the original purchaser.



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