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FAN GUIDE | 2014 WELLS FARGO CHAMPIONSHIP

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Where to park Saturday and Sunday for Quail Hollow golf

PARKING

There is no parking at Quail Hollow Club.

Authorized tournament parking Saturday and Sunday is from 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Ballantyne Corporate Park off Johnston Road (exit 61 on I-485) and in the SouthPark area off Barclay Downs Drive.

A free uptown Charlotte shuttle service will run (5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.) from the Charlotte Convention Center’s Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard entrance. Parking will be available in surrounding lots.

Handicapped parking is at Quail Hollow Middle School.

CATS LYNX

Riders of the light-rail line can take a free shuttle from the Sharon Road West station (5:30 a.m.-9 p.m.). There is no tournament parking there. Only fans with tournament tickets and Lynx tickets from stations other than Sharon Road West will be allowed on the tournament shuttle.

BICYCLES

Bike racks are in the gravel parking lot across from the main entrance of the club, with a separate pedestrian entrance for fans who ride their bikes or walk to the tournament.

CELLPHONE POLICY

Cellphones and PDAs are allowed. However, the following rules apply:

All electronic items must be set on SILENT at all times.

Calls will be permitted only in designated cellphone areas. See course map for approved areas. A cellphone charging center is near the first tee.

No photographs are permitted during tournament rounds, including photos taken by cellphones.

No video recording is permitted.

Texting is permitted but is limited to areas away from competition.

Failure to adhere to the policy might mean confiscation of your mobile device or removal from the tournament.

WHAT YOU CAN’T BRING

The tournament does not allow cameras, coolers, weapons, radios, televisions, signs, banners or bags larger than 6 by 6 inches, including backpacks.

TICKETS

The tournament is sold out. The Mulligan ticket program is in effect this year, however.

This program allows fans who purchased grounds tickets but can’t use them or spend the entire day at Quail Hollow Club to donate them back to the tournament. Patrons can drop off grounds tickets in one of the Mulligan Ticket Drop Boxes as they exit the golf course. Mulligan tickets will then be resold for $10, with all proceeds benefiting local charity. The Mulligan tickets will be available for cash purchase only beginning at noon at the tournament's designated will-call locations – Symphony Park (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and Ballantyne Corporate Park (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.).

AUTOGRAPHS

Players will not sign autographs until finishing play, and only in designated areas.

WILL CALL

The main will-call area for tickets is at Symphony Park, behind SouthPark Mall, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The satellite will-call location is at Ballantyne Corporate Park, also open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

PHONE CENTERS

Public telephones are available at the driving range and the ninth green.

NEW VIEWING AREA

The biggest change for fans is the addition of the Green Mile Village, an area located along the fairway of the redesigned 16th hole. There are unobstructed views of the 14th fairway and green, 15th fairway, 16th fairway and green and the 17th hole.

Tournament schedule

SATURDAY

8 a.m.: Third round (Golf Channel, 1-2:30 p.m., WBTV, 3-6 p.m.)

SUNDAY

7 a.m.: Sunrise service on 18th green

8 a.m.: Final round (Golf Channel, 1-2:30 p.m., WBTV, 3-6 p.m.)

David Scott

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