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Spectator Policies for the 2010 Senior PGA Championship

Admission: Tickets and/or badges will be required for admission into the Senior PGA Championship. Please wear your ticket or badge in plain view at all times as security personnel will not allow admission into the Senior PGA Championship for individuals without appropriate Senior PGA Championship credentials. The PGA of America and Colorado Golf Club are not responsible for lost or stolen tickets or badges.

Readmission Policy: There will be no daily readmission into the grounds of the Senior PGA Championship. If you leave the grounds, you must have a full ticket to return to the Senior PGA Championship. Once the bottom of the ticket has been scanned, it will no longer provide admission into the Senior PGA Championship. The only exception is when the Weather Warning signs are posted, which requires an evacuation of the golf course. Please wear your ticket in plain view at all times as security personnel will not allow admission into the Senior PGA Championship for individuals without appropriate credentials.

Cancellation Policy: In the event a practice round or match is canceled, tickets will be valid only for the dates on the tickets. The PGA of America and Colorado Golf Club reserve the right to close the course because of adverse weather conditions or for other safety reasons. No refunds, rain checks, exchanges or replacements of tickets will be made.

Autographs & Cameras: Autographs are permitted on the grounds during the Practice Rounds on Tuesday and Wednesday. There is a no autograph policy in effect for the Championship Rounds on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Cameras are permitted on the grounds on Tuesday and Wednesday only. Please do not bring your camera to the event Thursday through Sunday. The PGA of America reserves the right to confiscate cameras and to remove violators from the grounds.

Prohibited Items:
The following items will not be permitted on the grounds of Colorado Golf Club: Cellular phones, PDAs, Blackberrys, weapons of any kind (regardless of permit), bicycles, coolers, radios, televisions (including hand-held televisions), pagers, ladders, signs, banners, metal spiked golf shoes, lawn chairs that fold out, and other items deemed inappropriate or harmful by The PGA of America. Small armless viewing chairs are permitted. Bags will be searched prior to entering the event.

Alcoholic Beverage Policy: Alcoholic beverages will be sold within contained areas around the golf course. Those consuming alcoholic beverages will be required to stay within the contained areas.

Will Call: There will be no public redistribution of tickets at the Senior PGA Championship. Please do not plan to leave tickets for pick-up at Colorado Golf Club. It is your responsibility to distribute or obtain your tickets prior to arriving at the event.

Spectator Guide: A Spectator Guide will be mailed with your tickets approximately one month prior to the event. This guide will explain parking, shuttle service, tee times, television coverage, and other event information.

The purchaser acknowledges that tickets and badges will be for the exclusive use of the purchaser and guests. The purchaser acknowledges that any resale, redistribution or repackaging of tickets is expressly prohibited, inclusive of but not limited to including tickets in travel or hospitality packages.

All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.

The PGA of America and Colorado Golf Club appreciate your cooperation with the items listed.

Please contact the PGA Ticketing Center if you have a change of address.

Telephone: (800) 742-4653
Fax: (800) 742-4698 or (561) 624-7606
Email: 2010SeniorPGA@pgahq.com
Mail: PGA Ticketing Center, P.O. Box 30609
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420-0609

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