The tickets were initially earmarked for purchase by ‘stakeholders’ involved with the event, but the deadline for those groups to buy up their allocations has passed.
The briefs, ranging from single day tickets to full season tickets for the event, will go on sale on 26 March to those who completed the ticketing application process last summer but were not successful in getting tickets.
Richard Hills, Europe’s Ryder Cup Director, said: “We’re delighted to be able to release further tickets to the general public. Those who were unsuccessful in last year’s sales process now have a final opportunity to snap up a Ryder Cup match day ticket.”
The remaining tickets for the 2014 Ryder Cup, to be held at Gleneagles in Perthshire from 26-28 September, go on sale at 3pm on 26 March on the Ryder Cup website.