Irish Open organisers announce Friday to Sunday sell out
Tickets for the opening day at Royal County Down also close to selling out
Organisers have announced the Irish Open is sold out on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets for the final three days of the Irish Open at Royal County Down are sold out, organisers have announced.
There will be a full house for Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the European Tour event, with ticketless fans being advised against turning up without.
Tickets for Tuesday’s practice and Wednesday’s Pro-Am are still on sale, however Thursday’s opening day is also nearing a sell-out.
The competition is being hosted by Rory McIlroy’s charity the Rory Foundation, and the world number one has gathered together a stellar cast for the tournament, which starts on May 21st.
The 2012 Irish Open, held at Royal Portrush, was the first event in European Tour history to sell out in advance.