Lacey Mason, wtop.com
BETHESDA, Md. – Golfers tee off at the AT&T National Golf Tournament Thursday morning in Bethesda, and there are a few things spectators should know before heading to Congressional Country Club.
First, those wanting to attend will need tickets. They can be purchased online from the AT&T National Ticket & Parking page or by calling 800-594-TIXX (8499).
Tickets start at $30 for a one-day, one-person pass and range to $425 for National Club members who want to exclusive access and perks. Multi-day passes also are available.
Will-call tickets can be purchased at the main spectator entrance at the Congressional Country Club at these times:
Public parking with shuttle service is available at two locations:
Parking passes can also be purchased online, but many passes are already sold out.
The following bus routes will take spectators to the event:
For bus schedules, visit Metro’s website.
Taxi drop-off and pickup isn’t allowed near the main entrance of Congressional County Club. There will be designated areas within close proximity, with no parking or standing allowed. According to AT&T National, area cab companies have been notified of the designated areas.
AT&T National has a strict mobile device policy. The guidelines are as follows:
Designated phone areas:
The tournament has strict policies regarding what is permitted on the golf course. The following items are prohibited:
Strollers are allowed. All items are subject to search.
Hands in the air means a golfer needs quiet, and spectators are expected to be silent and not move while a player is about to hit the ball. Additionally, attendees should sit or kneel whenever possible so other fans can view the tournament.
Fans should not cross fairways except for designated spots and marshals will be available to direct those in attendance. Anyone who refuses to obey these rules will be removed.
For more information visit the AT&T National website.
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