The Masters Tournament is by nature a unique event. Throw in the added storyline of Tiger Woods returning and the demand is off the charts. It doesn’t get any better than this for golf fans –this will be the most memorable Masters Tournament of our time.
Riverdale, NJ (PRWEB) April 5, 2010
The Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia will be played April 8-11 and the return of Tiger Woods to the circuit has caused an increase in demand for tickets, the NY Times reported on March 29. While the entire tournament is comprised of the best golfers in the nation, it is Tiger Woods who the fans are most excited to see.
After his much publicized personal issues, Woods is coming back to golf at perhaps the biggest tournament of them all, The Masters Tournament. Given the long, rich tradition at Augusta, it is perhaps the perfect scenario for him to begin his comeback. While there are likely to be some jeers directed at Woods, the August National Golf Club will not tolerate any overly vocal heckling of Woods.
The question in the minds of golf fans, both die-hard and casual observers, is can Woods return to his spot as the best in the game or will all of the distractions prove to be too much for him to handle? The added drama has injected some excitement into a traditionally reserved sport.
The excitement and drama has golf fans clamoring to acquire Masters tickets and in some cases, Four Day Badges. SelectATicket.com reports the demand for Masters Tickets this year is higher than it has been in years.
“The Masters Tournament is by nature a unique event. Throw in the added storyline of Tiger Woods returning and the demand is off the charts. It doesn’t get any better than this for golf fans –this will be the most memorable Masters Tournament of our time,” says Tom Patania, CEO of SelectATicket.
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