The PGA Championship 2021: The official PGA Championship spectator guide has been released for the golf season’s second major championship, May 17 – 23 at The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort.
All attendees are encouraged to review the guide ahead of the 2021 Championship to learn important information regarding tickets and admissions policies, on-site experiences, schedule of events, COVID-19 health and wellness protocols, inclement weather plans, prohibited items, transportation and parking details, frequently asked questions and more. The complete spectator guide can be viewed online at.
The PGA of America has developed comprehensive traffic and transportation plans to provide the best possible experience for spectators. Attendees are encouraged to plan extra travel time to access the island, park and shuttle to the Championship. The following transportation initiatives will be in place for the event:
Complimentary PGA Public Parking offered for all ticket-holders next to Freshfields Village, located at 830 Kiawah Island Parkway. Shuttle service will be provided, free of charge, to and from the Main Spectator Entrance at The Ocean Course. Public parking will not be permitted on Kiawah Island during Championship Week. Carpooling is strongly encouraged.
New turn lanes added near Freshfields Village to improve traffic flow.
Security-controlled gates to monitor and help traffic flow on Kiawah Island. Proper credentials and passes will be required to gain access onto Kiawah Island beyond the intersection of Beachwalker Drive and Kiawah Island Parkway.
Official Rideshare lot designated for spectators using UBER, Lyft or other rideshare services, located at Lot GP adjacent to Freshfields Village. Complimentary shuttle service from this lot will be provided to and from the Main Spectator Entrance at The Ocean Course.
On-island shuttle service available exclusively for Kiawah Island Property Owners, their guests and others staying on Kiawah Island during Championship Week. All on‑island shuttles will pick up and drop off at the Spectator Main Entrance and Beach Club (Kiawah Island Club members only).
The PGA of America announced in February that the PGA Championship would be played with a limited number of spectators on-site, a decision made in coordination with the state of South Carolina, MUSC Health and CDC guidelines. Under the guidance of MUSC Health and public health officials, the PGA Championship will implement COVID-19 protocols that align with national, state and local guidelines.
All stakeholders are encouraged to review the PGA Championship’s Commitment to Health before arriving on-site to learn more about the Championship’s health and wellness measures.
The PGA Championship features 156 players competing annually for the Wanamaker Trophy, one of golf’s most prized possessions. To stay updated on the latest PGA Championship news, visit PGAChampionship.com, follow @PGAChampionship on Twitter and Instagram or go to facebook.com/pgachampionship.