Below you will find frequently asked questions. If you have direct questions that are not answered here don’t hesitate to contact us.
There are three ways to attend: purchasing hospitality, purchasing tickets or volunteering.
A ticket, once scanned, will no longer gain admission to Championship grounds. If you plan to return to Harbor Shores the same day, please have security stamp your hand at one of the spectator entrances. Return to grounds requires a scanned ticket and hand stamp. The only exception is when the Weather Warning signs have been posted. In this situation, a hand stamp is not be required for re-entry. Please display your ticket in plain view at all times as security personnel do not allow admission for individuals without appropriate credentials.
As part of the PGA of America’s mission to grow interest and participation in the game of golf, the Championship is excited to offer up to four complimentary junior admissions with every paid adult ticket. Junior admissions apply to youth 17 years of age and younger and may be obtained on-site at the Admissions Office located at the main entrance on the day of entry. Please note, these tickets do not grant access to private hospitality venues.
To honor the men and women who serve our country in the United States Armed Forces, we are pleased to offer Active Duty, Military Retirees, Active Reserve, National Guard, Veterans and their accompanying guest (limit one) complimentary grounds access to the Championship. Upon arrival, military personnel must go to the Admissions Office at the main entrance to present their military ID in exchange for daily admission. Please note, these tickets cannot be upgraded to alternative venues, but are eligible for the junior admission policy.
Cameras are only allowed on-site during Practice Rounds, Tuesday and Wednesday, and are not permitted on-site during Championship Rounds, Thursday through Sunday.
Autographs may be requested and given at the contestants’ convenience, at the Practice Range and Putting Green, during Practice Rounds only. Please consult the Mobile Device Policy for guidelines regarding mobile device photo, audio and video capturing while on course.
Please observe the Leader Boards and Thru Boards for the Weather Warning sign(s) which will appear when inclement weather is approaching the grounds. When the yellow “Weather Warning” sign appears, spectators are advised to take precautions and seek shelter PRIOR to play being suspended. When the red “Play Suspended” sign appears and the air horns sound, this means play is suspended and spectators must seek shelter immediately. In the event of inclement weather, please remember to avoid the following:
Mobile devices must be kept in Golf Mode setting at all times during the event:
Complimentary WiFi is available at a number of locations around the grounds. Keep an eye out for WiFi zone signs during your visit and make sure to download the 2020 PGA Championship app (Coming Soon)!
Attendees are requested to display traditional customs of etiquette, decorum and behavior, and to obey all KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship policies including, but not limited to, those provided on each ticket, all posted signs and any instructions of Marshals and Officials. Inappropriate behaviors and/or failure to comply with standards/policies may lead to ejection from the Championship and/or cancellation of admission tickets, without refund.
Although cheering and positive gallery responses to great play are encouraged, unsolicited and consistent calls from the gallery toward players and others are prohibited.
For the safety of everyone and in keeping with policy established at major sporting events, running is considered to be unacceptable behavior. Please take your time and enjoy the event.
Please stay behind the gallery ropes and cooperate with instructions given by Marshals. Please kneel or sit if you are in the front row and remain still throughout each shot.
Anyone acting in a manner that is deemed to be abusive, derogatory, rude or aggressive may be subject to removal from the Championship premises and may be prohibited from returning to the grounds or attending any future PGA event.
These bags types not allowed on the grounds
Prohibited bags will NOT be accepted or stored on-site
These personal items not allowed on the grounds
These food & beverages not allowed on the grounds
Banners, posters, or signs are not permitted on the grounds. Any materials with unauthorized advertising or promotion should be left at home or outside of the main gates.
Any item is subject to be deemed inappropriate or dangerous by Championship security at their sole discretion.
The following methods of payment are accepted on-site at the Championship, identified by location:
Personal checks are NOT accepted at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship.
Please check back as the event gets closer.
During the Practice Rounds, players are invited to play at their discretion. No advance starting times are available for the Practice Rounds. The Pairings Board will be located near the Practice Range and is continually updated as players begin their rounds from either the 1st or 10th Tees.
A wide selection of food and beverage options will be available to attendees of the 2020 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship. To plan your dining experience, please consult the on-site course map or pairing sheet for menu items available by their location on-course.
Guests interested in tickets to the 2020 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship should complete the form to be notified when more details become available.
Guests interested in volunteer opportunities at the 2020 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship should complete the volunteer application process and submit payment. Volunteer registration for the Championship begins on May 6, 2019.
The KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship features…
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