Senior PGA Championship — What You Need to Know

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(KTVI) Some of the biggest names in golf are teeing off at Bellerive Country Club for the Senior PGA Championship presented by Kitchen-Aid.

The 1st Round started at 7:15 a.m. Thursday and if you're planning to attend, there are some things you need to know.

-There is NO parking for fans at are encouraged to park at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre and use the FREE shuttle service to Bellerive

Road Closures
-MoDOT has closed Ladue Road to through traffic from Mason Road to Highway 141. Westbound Ladue Rd traffic will be routed south on Mason Rd.

if you want to attend, here are some guidelines:

Tickets are still available by calling 800-PGA-GOLF (742-4653).

Thursday & Friday: 6:45 AM -- 8:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 6:30 AM -- 6:00 PM

What you can and cannot bring:
-Cell phones-YES-in silent mode
-Use of Cell phone or video cameras-NO
-small, foldable golf clairs-YES

-Leave at home - Ipods, IPads, video games, radios, TV's, oversized chairs, backpacks, weapons (regardless of permit), posters, banners, coolers, pets, milk crates, ladders, dogs, food or beverage

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