Ryder Cup Corporate Hospitality 2008

Corporate Hospitality
The Ryder Cup corporate hospitality suites are now available for reservation at Valhalla. There are a range of corporate hospitality options available from hospitality chalets, to corporate tables. These are limited in number so book early.
The corportate hospitality options are as follows:

150 Person Hospitality Chalet – Located at Hole 17. With 150 (5 day) tickets and VIP parking. Cost $500K

100 Person Premium Chalet – Located at Hole 7. With 100 (5 day) tickets and VIP parking. Cost $450K

200 Person Premium Chalet – Located at Hole 9. With 200 (5 day) tickets and VIP parking. Cost $750K

10 Person Champions Club Table -With 10 (5 day) tickets and VIP parking. Cost $55K

The corporate hospitality chalet options also include various extras such as a limited number for round of golf at Valhalla, full page advert in the Ryder Cup Journal, limited number of tickets for the gala dinner.
The 37th Ryder Cup will be held Sept. 16-21 at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky. For Reservations contact Larry Sinclair at 502-245-2000 or fill in the letter of intent here.

5 Responses to “Ryder Cup Corporate Hospitality 2008”

  1. […] If you are lucky enough to be getting a corporate hospitality package to the Ryder Cup or are hoping to get tickets through the lottery for the 37th Ryder Cup Matches at Valhalla in Kentucky, you might want to do some research on the area. I love to see where I’m going on a Map – it’s a really useful way of seeingwhere you hotel is in relation to the course, where the course is in relation to the airport etc… […]

  2. Victoria Dukes says:

    I have a 5 million dollar estate for rent for Ryder Cup. Mercedes Benz included.

  3. Steve G. says:

    Is anyone looking for VIP hospitality tent tickets for the 17th hole. Have 2 available. Thurs – Sunday. Valued at ~ $12,000 for the pair. Make offer.


    Serious inquiries only.

  4. Gayle Whalbring says:

    Any news on parking yet? Looking for bus pass if possible becasue I’ve heard no drop offs, foot traffic, or parking will be available near the course. It is be 20 miles away. Can anyone confirm this?

  5. MARK STEVEN says:


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