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As one of the oldest continually running events on the PGA Tour, the Zurich Classic of New Orleans dates back to 1938, when the inaugural event was held at the City Park Golf Course in New Orleans, Louisiana. The first winner of the tournament was Harry Cooper, and the Zurich Classic became a true annual event in 1958 and has since become one of the most prominent events in New Orleans professional sports. Zurich Financial Services became the event's main sponsor in 2005 and has helped the Zurich Classic grow into a major highlight on the PGA Tour calendar.

The tournament has been played at a variety of courses over the years, including Lakewood Country Club, English Turn Golf and Country Club and the City Park Golf Club, but the event has since shifted to the TPC Louisiana course located in Avondale, Louisiana. Brian Stuard was the last golfer to win in the individual format, defeating An Byeoung-hun and Jamie Lovemark in a playoff in 2016. The 2017 tournament was the first in which a team format was used, where Jonas Blixt (Sweden) and Cameron Smith (Australia) claimed the title over Americans Scott Brown and Kevin Kisner. The purse has expanded significantly over the years, making it a must-stop for most of the top PGA golfers. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Zurich Classic of New Orleans golf tickets.

2019 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Preview

The 2018 Zurich Classic of New Orleans takes place from April 23-29 at the beautiful TPC Louisiana. Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith defeated 79 other teams to win the first team championship in the tournament. For team selection, one player is chosen via Tour priority rankings and the second member must be a PGA Tour member or gain entry through a sponsor exemption. The team list will be released once players have committed to participate in the tournament.

2019 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Schedule

  • Monday, April 23 - Pro-Am
  • Tuesday, April 24 - Practice Round
  • Wednesday, April 25 - Pro-Am
  • Thursday, April 26 - Competitive Round 1
  • Friday, April 27 - Competitive Round 2
  • Saturday, April 28 - Competitive Round 3
  • Sunday, April 29 - Competitive Round 4

Zurich Classic of New Orleans Event Guide

What day should I purchase tickets for?

It all depends on how much time you have, but if you want to both follow groups and stick around certain holes, we suggest going to all four competition days of the tournament. Practice days are more relaxed, while if you just want to be in the thick of the action at the end, you could just get a Sunday pass.

What is there to do while in New Orleans for the tournament?

The Crescent City is one of the most fun, lively cities in the world. Check out the French Quarter, eat all the Cajun food you can and stay out as late as you want - everyone else is. Frenchman Street is a great authentic New Orleans experience and you can use the streetcars to get around parts of the city.

Who will be in the field for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans?

With a huge purse and FedEx Cup points at stake, the field is always top notch at the TPC Louisiana. Past individual winners include Jason Dufner, Bubba Watson, Ben Crenshaw, Lee Trevino and Jack Nicklaus, while Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith won the first-ever team competition in 2017.