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HARTFORD, Conn., April 30, 2021 – The Travelers Championship today announced 2021 ticket information as well as on-site guidelines for welcoming fans at TPC River Highlands. Health and safety remain the number one priority, and the tournament staff has developed a plan in collaboration with state and local officials, as well as the PGA TOUR, to create the best environment for everyone.

Tickets will go on sale Tuesday, May 25, and can be purchased at TravelersChampionship.com. Two pricing options will be available that provide single-day access to TPC River Highlands Wednesday, June 23 – Sunday, June 27. They include limited numbers of grounds tickets and upgraded courtyard tickets.

  • A grounds ticket will cost between $50-$70, depending on the day. Daily price breakdowns are as follows:
    • Wednesday: $50
    • Thursday and Friday: $65
    • Saturday and Sunday: $70
  • The courtyard ticket will range from $150-$280, also depending on the day. It will include all food and beverage, and access to an open-air structure that provides shaded stadium seating overlooking the 17th or 18th Daily price breakdowns are as follows:
    • Wednesday: $150
    • Thursday and Saturday: $260
    • Friday and Sunday: $280
  • The tournament is working with sponsors to offer special ticket programs for military personnel/veterans, health care workers/first responders, and children. Details for these ticket programs will be announced soon.

In accordance with the PGA TOUR’s health and safety guidelines, there will be new on-site protocols in place for 2021, including:

  • All tournament ticket sales will be digital, and spectators of all ages must have a ticket to gain entry to the grounds. Tickets must be purchased in advance, and no tickets will be available at the gate.
  • No cash will be accepted on-site at TPC River Highlands. All concessions and retail locations will accept cashless forms of payment.
  • Masks must be worn at all times unless actively eating or drinking.
  • Spectators must follow social distancing measures.

There may be additional health and safety protocols in place for the tournament, however, since these guidelines are continuously being updated, changes will be communicated as needed.

“The health and safety of everyone attending the Travelers Championship and in the Greater Hartford community is what matters most,” said Nathan Grube, Travelers Championship Tournament Director. “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.”

For all tournament updates, please visit TravelersChampionship.com.

About the Travelers Championship
The Travelers Championship, held in Cromwell, Connecticut, is one of the premier events on the PGA TOUR and part of the FedExCup series. The tournament proudly supports the TOUR’s Tradition of Giving Back by donating 100% of net proceeds to charities. Travelers, a leading provider of property and casualty insurance for auto, home and business, is the Official Property Casualty Insurance Provider of the PGA TOUR. The company became the tournament’s title sponsor in 2007. Travelers has been doing business in the Hartford community for more than 160 years and has been a corporate sponsor of this event each year since its inception in 1952. Complete details are available at TravelersChampionship.com.


Tara Gerber, Travelers Championship
860.502.6815, tgerber@travelerschampionship.com

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