HARTFORD – It appears fans will once again grace the grounds of TPC River Highlands this summer as the Travelers Championship announced ticket details and revealed on-site health and safety guidelines Friday.
Tickets for the 2021 tournament will be available starting Tuesday, May 25 on the Travelers Championship website, with two price point options available for single-day access from June 23-27.
A grounds ticket will fall between $50 and $70, while a courtyard ticket will go from $150 to $280. A courtyard ticket also includes all food and beverages, as well as access to an open-air structure that has shaded stadium seating near holes 17 and 18.
“The health and safety of everyone attending the Travelers Championship and in the Greater Hartford community is what matters most,” Nathan Grube, Travelers Championship Tournament Director, said. “Things might look slightly different come tournament week, but we can’t wait to have our fans watching and cheering as another world-class player field competes in Connecticut.”
New protocols will be in place this year in accordance with the PGA Tour’s health and safety guidelines.
All tickets will be digital and everyone attending, no matter the age, will need to have a ticket. Tickets also must be purchased in advanced as no tickets will be available at the gate.
There will be no cash payments accepted on the grounds, mask must be work at all times unless eating or drinking and fans must social distance on the grounds.
Updates to the protocols may continue to occur, but those will be outlined if needed.
Dustin Johnson, who won the 2020 Travelers Championship, is set to return to Connecticut this summer, along with Justin Rose, Marc Leishman, Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Reed, Brooks Koepka and Bubba Watson.
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