What You Need To Know If You're Going to the BMW Championship
Golfer Jim Furyk signing autographs for fans on Tuesday. (WIBC.com photo: Reed Parker)
There are few things you should know before heading to Crooked Stick to see the 70 best golfers in the world at the BMW Championship.
Crooked Stick Golf and Club Director Tony Pancake says general parking is available at Coxhall Gardens, which is only about a mile from the main entrance. He says to allow 15 minutes to park and another 15 mintues to get to the entrance.
Pancake says fans can bring a stool, but not a lawn chair, and certain days cameras are allowed, and others they aren't. Pancake says to visit 2012BMWChampionship.com for information on what you can, and can't bring to the event.
Tickets are still available at the Will Call/Admissions area. Practice round tickets are $20 and tournament play tickets are $75 per day. He says there is also an upgraded ticket available to get inside access at the Wadley Club.
The Pro-Am tournaments begin at 7:30am Wednesday, which is when Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy tee off. The tournament begins at 11:15am Thursday.