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Iain

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  1. Have my committee assignment. Email came through during the Summer. Have appreciated that previous volunteers get first choice. No issue with me. Ended up working in the merchandise side. Fully happy with that as should be loads of fun. As for accommodation. Went Airbnb and bagged a fantastic price at a B and B in Plymouth which is 30 minutes away from course. Cannot wait until this time next year. The cost of volunteer price out-ways the experience that will be had next year. It seriously is a no brainer as the overall cost of a week’s ticket price is astronomical without even finding somewhere to stay in the local area.
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  3. Hi. New to this forum however thought I would pass my thoughts across. I live in the UK and last year’s Ryder Cup outside Paris would have cost me approximately €150 for a single Saturday or Sunday ticket. That did not include my travel or accommodation costs. I had the opportunity when they went on sale to purchase through the selection process however I could not justify spending close to €600 to see one day of the competition. I did enter the 2020 volunteer draw and have successfully been chosen. Appreciated I will need to fly out to the States however having close friends near Kohler my accommodation is sorted. Paying the $250 fee is a no brainier for me as it will provide full access for all 6 days even though technically I will be working for free. Daily tickets will not be far off that initial cost. It will also provide a once in a lifetime experience and memories of what this competition is about. To the original poster “just do it”.
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