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LPGA: Information for spectators

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Mobile device policy
Mobile devices are now allowed on the tournament grounds. However, devices must be on silent mode at all times, and calls may be placed or received only in areas marked "Verizon Wireless Phone Zone." Audio and video capture are not permitted at any time.

On-course food concessions
For breakfast, visit the concession area by the 10th tee. It will open every morning at 7 with coffee and hot breakfasts and will offer hot food selections all day. Other concession and beverage tents will be selling an assortment of hot and cold items. These areas, which will open daily at 10 a.m., are in the 18th green/first tee area, the 17th green/11th tee area and by the ninth and 16th greens and the lower patio area.

Summit FCU Pavilion
The pavilion, open to the public Thursday through Sunday, offers food and beverages, air conditioning, ample seating and private washrooms.

LPGA merchandise
The official LPGA Pro Shop will be in the LPGA Championship Village, between the first and 18th fairways. The shop, open daily, is the only place to get Wegmans LPGA Championship golf hats, shirts, jackets and other official merchandise.

Autograph tent
The tent is by the putting green, behind the first tee. It’s open Thursday through Sunday; hours vary by day.

Prohibited items
All bags are subject to search. The following are not permitted:

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Bicycles
  • Cameras and camcorders (not permitted Thursday through Sunday)
  • Ladders
  • Large backpacks, bags and hard-sided coolers
  • Lawn chairs and folding armchairs
  • Metal spikes
  • Pets (service animals allowed)
  • Signs, posters and banners
  • Televisions and radios
  • Weapons and other items deemed unlawful or dangerous by officials of the LPGA, tournament security and law enforcement.

Parking/shuttle service
All spectators should use the free parking with coach bus service to Locust Hill Country Club. Buses will leave roughly every 20 minutes, beginning at 5:45 a.m. and running for one hour after completion of play. The shuttle service is available from Monroe Community College, 1000 East Henrietta Road. On-course parking requires special credentials.

6/1/12 (c) 2012 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or email rbj@rbj.net.


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