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Tour Championship Tickets

Gather around the green at The Tour Championship where you'll witness some of the world's greatest golfers tee off at an exciting PGA Tour event. Don't miss your chance to see The Tour Championship LIVE! Buy The Tour Championship tickets now!
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The Tour Championship Tickets

The Tour Championship is the final bout in the PGA Tour's four-tournament "Chase for the FedEx Cup." This event is one of the final big-money matches on the Tour, not to mention one of the richest. Buy The Tour Championship tickets now for a chance to be there in person as some of the most renowned golfers compete in this monumental tournament.

The Tour Championship takes place at the East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia where it's been held since 2004. The match's first year was 1987 (it was originally called the Nabisco Championships of Golf), when it served as the PGA Tour's finale and included only the first 30 purse winners in the season. Tom Watson took that year's first prize, winning with 12 under par and beating out Chip Beck.

Now, the championship features the first 30 golfers with the highest number of points. Because of the small number of participants, golfers play all four rounds - there's no cut in the second round. This also means the competition is stiff, and only the world's best players have triumphed. Tiger Wood has held the tournament record since 2007, when he shot 13 under par. Don't miss out the fun. The Tour Championship tickets won't disappoint; buy yours today!