Discount prices now available through October 31
Tickets go on sale this week for the 2010 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard. Prices range from $15 for youth tickets to $3,000 for Executive Packages. The King’s Club, for $2,000, the ultimate Arnold Palmer Invitational experience, also will be offered again in 2010.
World No. 1 Tiger Woods will be the defending champion for the 32nd annual PGA Tour event at the Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando, Florida, to be played on the week of March 22-28, 2010. The four rounds of the tournament will be Thursday through Sunday.
New for 2010 will be Practice/Pro-Am Badges for Monday through Wednesday, all three days for just $35, including on-site parking.
Grounds Badges will be $100 for the week, an increase of $5, with complimentary parking at Universal Studios. Palmer Pavilion Badges and Bay Hill Badges will be sold at a discount until October 31. Clubhouse Badges will no longer be offered. Access to the clubhouse will be available only to holders of Bay Hill Badges.
Palmer Pavilion Badges, which were $185 in 2009, will be on sale for $175 until October 31 and for $200 after that. The badges provide weeklong access to the tournament and to the Palmer Pavilion, where food and beverages will be available for purchase. On-site parking will be on a space-available basis.
Bay Hill Badges, which were $300 in 2009, will be on sale for $250 until October 31 and for $300 after that. The badges provide weeklong access to the tournament, to the Palmer Pavilion, and to the clubhouse, with food and beverages available for purchase at both locations. On-site parking will be guaranteed, with a parking hanger provided with the purchase.
Any Day Tickets will be $45 per day, Thursday through Sunday, with complimentary parking at Universal Studios. For 20 or more Any Day Tickets, the cost will be $35 per day.
Youth Tickets will be $15 per day for ages 13 through 17 (12 and under are free), Tuesday through Sunday. This is a change from 2009, when only 10 and under Youth were free. Youth will be admitted free with a paid adult on Youth Day, Monday of the tournament week.
Charger Parking Passes for on-site parking will be $25 for any one day, or $75 for Thursday through Sunday.
Executive 1 Packages will be $3,000 for 15 Palmer Pavilion Badges, 20 Any Day Tickets, and four Charger Parking Passes.
Executive 2 Packages will be $1,500 for 10 Palmer Pavilion Badges, 10 Any Day Tickets.
The King’s Club will be $2,000 for tournament admission all week and access to The King’s Club on Thursday through Sunday. The King’s Club will be an elevated, air-conditioned structure offering beautiful views of the greens on holes 16 and 17. A very limited number of tickets will be sold. Privileges include full food and beverage service and on-site parking with a shuttle to the venue.
For tickets to the 2010 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard or for more information, log on to the tournament web site, www.arnoldpalmerinvitational.com or call the ticket office at Bay Hill at 407- 876-7774 or toll free at 1-866-764-4843. Tournament proceeds benefit the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and the Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies.