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Will you pay up to see Tiger play in Melbourne?

Tiger Woods celebrates his astounding fifth US Masters victory.
Tiger Woods has returned to the top of his sport and Australia's golf fans are set to benefit tremendously in December.

The now 15-time major champion will captain the US Team at the 2019 Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne Golf Club and after claiming his fifth green jacket in stunning fashion yesterday at the US Masters, Woods will almost certainly be a playing captain.

Only once before - American Hale Irwin in 1994 - has there been a playing captain at the Presidents Cup and with his current world ranking of 6 and renewed champion status, Woods is arguably the greatest competitive weapon that the US Team has.

But if you're hoping to see Woods in action this summer, you'll need to part with a fair share of cash.

Tickets to the Tuesday December 10 and Wednesday December 11 practice rounds are $45 each.

General Admission passes for each of the first two days of competition on Thursday and Friday are $115 and, if you want to see the action on Saturday or the singles matches on Sunday, it will set you back $140.

And for the high rollers, there are adult weekly passes available for $480 each.

Question: How much would you pay for a single-day ticket to see Tiger Woods compete at this year's Presidents Cup?

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