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Application deadline for 2019 Masters Tournament is June 1, 2018

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According to the Masters official website, the application deadline for both Practice Rounds and Daily Tournament tickets for the 2019 Masters® Tournament is June 1, 2018. The 2019 Masters will be April 8-14. 

Practice Rounds and Daily Tournament tickets are sold in advance by random selection, only after receipt of an online application. Only one application per person/address will be accepted (i.e., one per household/family residing together). All applicants must be 21 years of age or older.

Practice Rounds tickets are daily grounds passes valid for one of the three Practice Round days (Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday). Practice Rounds tickets for Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday cost $75 each.

Daily Tournament tickets are daily grounds passes valid for one of the four Tournament days (Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday). Daily Tournament tickets cost $115 each.

Daily Tournament tickets will be awarded first. Anyone not selected for Daily tickets, who also applied for Practice Rounds, will then be included in the selection for Practice Rounds tickets. All applicants will be notified in early July via email when the random selection process is completed.

No additional tickets/badges will be sold at the Masters® Tournament gates. Persons of all ages must have a ticket to gain entry to the grounds.

Applications for Practice Rounds and Daily Tournament tickets are only good for the next upcoming Tournament. If you would like to be considered for credentials in future years, you will need to re-apply.

For additional information regarding ticketing please contact the Masters Tournament Ticket Office at (706) 667-6700 or visit https://tickets.masters.com/en_US/ticketsInfo.html

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