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Frequently Asked Questions

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General Information

What are the gate hours during Championship Week?

Championship gate hours are as follows. Monday – Wednesday (7:00 AM – 7:30 PM), Thursday – Friday (6:30 AM – 8:15 PM), Saturday – Sunday (7:30 AM – 5:30 PM). All times Eastern. Please consult the Championship Schedule of Events for more information.

May I leave and re-enter the Championship grounds?

If you plan to leave and return to Congressional Country Club the same day, please have security stamp your hand at one of the spectator entrance gates. You will only be able to return to the grounds with a scanned ticket and a hand stamp. The only exception is when the Weather Warning signs are posted. In this situation, a hand stamp will not be required for re-entry to the Championship.

May I bring a camera?

Cameras are only allowed on-site on Wednesday June 22nd, and are not permitted on-site during Championship Rounds, Thursday through Sunday. Please consult the Mobile Device Policy for guidelines regarding mobile device photo, audio, and video capturing while on-site.

May I take pictures?

Please consult the Mobile Device Policy for guidelines regarding mobile device photo, audio, and video capturing while on-site.

Can I bring my pet to the Championship?

Service animals are permitted throughout the grounds; however this does not include emotional support animals, therapy animals, or companion animals. Pets are not allowed and will be turned away. Only legitimate service animals that are properly trained and under the proper care of their owners will be provided with the appropriate credentials.

Where can I buy Championship merchandise?

The PGA Shops will be located inside Congressional Country Club’s Pro Shop, next to the Practice Putting Green.

What services and viewing opportunities are available for those with physical disabilities?

The PGA Championship is a fully accessible event, and we are dedicated to continually improving our efforts to ensure that everyone has access to all Championship amenities. To learn more about the services provided this year, click here.

Where is lost & found?

Lost & found will be located at the Information Tent near the Main Spectator Entrance.

May I smoke on the Championship grounds?

Smoking, including but not limited to, cigars, pipes, cigarettes, and e-cigarettes will be prohibited in any permanent or temporary buildings, inclusive of hospitality areas, on patios, decks or raised platforms, grandstands and bleachers at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Smoking is permitted on the grounds, 20 feet from any structures listed above.

What can or can't I bring into the Championship?

Please view the Items to Leave at Home section of the Spectator Guide to learn more.

What payment methods are accepted on-site?

The following methods of payment are accepted onsite at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, identified by location. All on-site transactions will be cashless. No cash or checks will be accepted. 

  • The PGA Shops: American Express, MasterCard, VISA, Discover Card
  • Market Concession and Beverage Stands: American Express, MasterCard, VISA, Discover Card, Apple Pay, and Google Pay
Where can I find more information about the Volunteer Program?

Additional information regarding the specifics of your committee, Newsletters, Schedules, Uniforms, etc. can be found in your Volunteer Profile.


When will I receive my tickets

All spectator tickets will be delivered digitally via email approximately two (2) weeks prior to the Championship.

Any tickets purchased within two (2) weeks of the Championship will be delivered to the purchaser via email shortly after purchase - approximately 15-30 minutes after receiving an order confirmation.

How do I access my mobile tickets?

All spectator tickets will be delivered digitally via email approximately two (2) weeks prior to the Championship. Please review our mobile ticket guide which contains complete details on how to access, transfer, and present tickets for admission into the grounds.

How do I transfer my mobile tickets?

Transferring tickets to a different end-user is simple and will require just a few clicks and your receipt’s email address. To learn more, please review our Mobile Ticket Guide.

Can I print my tickets at home?

No. Printed tickets will not be accepted at the PGA Championship. If you are having difficulty accessing your mobile ticket on your day of attendance, please have your order number and email address handy and visit the Admissions Office near the Main Spectator Entrance. Keep an eye on this page for future updates to include a mobile ticket guide with complete details on how to access your tickets, transfer, and present for admission into the grounds.

What if I don't have a smartphone?

Ticket purchasers without access to a smartphone are encouraged to bring a printed order confirmation and a valid ID that matches the name on the ticket order to the Admissions Office located at the Main Spectator Entrance on-site to receive their tickets.

Can I have multiple tickets on the same mobile device?

You can view all active tickets in your account by scrolling up and down on your smartphone. We highly recommend that you transfer a ticket to each member of your party to allow for the easiest entry and access into the Championship.

Do you have a policy for youth?

Juniors 17 years of age and younger will be admitted onto the PGA Championship grounds FREE of charge when accompanied by a ticketed adult. Each ticketed adult will be permitted four (4) junior grounds admissions per day at no additional charge. Read our full policy here.

Do infants require their own ticket?

Children under the age of 2 do not require an admission ticket to enter the Championship.

May I purchase Congressional Country Club Great Lawn Member Tickets?

Great Lawn Member Tickets are sold out. Hospitality and general admission tickets are still available.

Do you have a policy for members of the military

To honor the men and women who serve our country in the Armed Forces, the Championship is pleased to offer Active Duty, Retirees*, Reserve, National Guard, and their accompanying guest (limit one) complimentary daily grounds access to the Championship. Subject to availability. Read the full policy here.

What is your refund policy?

Unless otherwise determined by PGA Tournament Corporation or The PGA of America, in their sole discretion, there shall be no refunds, rain checks, exchanges or replacements of tickets. To review full terms and conditions, click here.

Parking & Transportation

Where do I park?

PGA General Public Parking will be complimentary and located at Westfield Montgomery Mall (7101 Democracy Blvd, Bethesda, MD 20817). As you approach Westfield Montgomery Mall, please follow signage and traffic control to PGA General Public Parking (Lot GP). Complimentary shuttle service will be provided to and from the Main Spectator Entrance at Congressional Country Club. There will be no public parking at Congressional Country Club during Championship Week.

Lot GP will be open Wednesday, June 22 - Sunday, June 26, 2022. It is the only PGA Public Parking lot open Wednesday - Sunday.

There will be no overnight parking in any PGA Public Parking Lots, and any vehicles left overnight will be towed at the owner’s expense. PGA Tournament Corporation is not responsible for damage to your vehicle, or items lost or stolen from your vehicle.

Will there be an additional charge for parking?

No. PGA public parking will be available for all ticketed spectators and volunteers free of charge. Please review the Transportation & Parking section of the Spectator Guide to learn more.

Where should I be dropped off or picked up if using a rideshare service?

Spectators electing to utilize UBER, Lyft, or other rideshare services must be picked up and dropped off at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship’s Official Rideshare lot located in Lot A at Norwood School (8821 River Rd, Bethesda, MD 20817). Spectators utilizing rideshare will take complimentary shuttle service to the Clubhouse entrance at Congressional Country Club.

The Championship’s Rideshare lot will also be available for any spectator drop-n-go. Do not attempt to perform spectator pick-up or drop-offs at or near either spectator entrance or in the neighborhoods surrounding Congressional Country Club.

Are there bike racks available?

Spectators who live within walking distance of Congressional Country Club, may enter and exit the Championship grounds through the Volunteer entrance next to the Congressional Country Club bus stop on River Road.

Spectators who wish to bike to the Championship may enter and exit the Championship grounds through the Main Entrance on Persimmon Tree Lane. Bike racks will only be available at the Main Entrance.

Note: Any and all spectator drop-off and pick-up should occur at the Rideshare Lot located in Lot A at Norwood School (8821 River Rd, Bethesda, MD 20817). There will be no daily readmission to the Championship grounds. If you leave the grounds, you must have an unscanned ticket to return to the Championship.

Where is handicapped parking located?

Designated accessible parking for those requiring accommodations to the course will be available in Lot A at Norwood School (8821 River Rd, Bethesda, MD 20817). Please ensure your physically challenged hang tag is visible for access to the designated spaces. The front rows of PGA Public Parking (Lot A) will be reserved for spectators not requiring lift-equipped transportation but who have physically challenged hang tags for their vehicles. Wheelchairs will not be available for rent, but spectators may bring wheelchairs with them to the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

To learn more about the disability services offered at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship visit this page closer to Championship week.