DP World Tour Championship unveils action-packed social calendar

Spectators at the DP World Tour Championship are set to be entertained just as much off the course as they are on course thanks to a range of different theme days at Jumeirah Golf Estates.

The tournament will host a Community Day for the first time during the first round of the tournament, inviting schools, junior golfers, and people of determination to experience behind the scenes tours, first-hand introduction to golf clinics, innovative kids’ workshops, and sundowners for the adults.

Ladies Day is also set to return with female guests treated to two complimentary beverages, ladies’ golf clinics, a ‘best dressed competition, and much-needed pampering stations, among many other perks.

The final day of the season-ending event will see the tournament host a dedicated Family Day with a variety of family-friendly activities to keep little ones entertained, including children’s shows in the Championship Village, interactive activities and splendid family F&B options.

The Rolex Pro-Am will also be open to spectators this year, giving fans the opportunity watch the leading players on the DP World Tour Rankings and celebrities in a relaxed setting, take part in a meet and greet competition, or simply chill out and enjoy the on-course F&B.

The DP World Tour Championship gets underway on November 17th and will welcome the leading 50 players on the DP World Tour Rankings for the fifth and final Rolex Series event of the season.

As well as the likes of Collin Morikawa and Rory McIlroy featuring on the Earth course at Jumeirah Golf Estates, fans will also be treated to the G4D Tour Series Finale, which will see the world’s eight leading people of determination golfers compete on the same course setup as their DP World Tour counterparts.

Guests can register for free general admission tickets or a range of premium experience tickets starting from AED 599, which can be booked here.

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