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Parking, rideshare options for day one of PGA Championship – Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa, Oklahoma 2022-05-19 07:36:13 –

Tulsa, Oklahoma — The day has finally arrived! The first day of PGA Championship tournament play is just a few hours.

Before heading to Southern Hills, make sure you know where to park. Thousands of people are there today, so it’s important to plan ahead.

Like the Mabby Center, some parcels are open to the public today. All parking at the Mabby Center is free. Once in the Mabby Center, follow the signs and traffic restrictions for many civilians in the South.

The free shuttle picks up and unloads people in the main seats of Southern Hills.

However, because it is a free parking lot, the Mabee Center parking lot is likely to fill up first, so there are several other places where you can park.

Another free car park that opened today is the Promenade Mall Macy’s car park. Again, when you reach the promenade, follow the signs. A shuttle will pick you up and drop you off at the main entrance to Southern Hills.

The PGA suggests people to come and see to monitor social media channels and onsite guides for the latest updates.

Also, there is no night parking in any of the lots.

Cars left overnight are towed at the owner’s expense and are not responsible for car damage, loss or theft, according to PGA officials.

Ride sharing is an option if fighting crowded lots is not your style. Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing options are available.

To use these services, you will need to pick up and drop off at the PGA’s official rideshare lot at the Southern Hills Tower.

For a more efficient ride-sharing experience, enter “2022 PGA Championship” as the destination for the ride-sharing app. Rideshare users enter and exit the Championship Ground from the entrance to 61st Avenue, and the tower is about a 5-minute walk away.

According to PGA officials, spectators may not pick up or drop off at or near the spectator’s entrance or near Southern Hills.


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