The Wells Fargo Championship is hosted at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, on the 18th hole. The Presidents Cup will be held at Quail Hollow from September 20 to September 25.
The LYNX Blue Line and available parking places are two choices for getting to the 2022 Presidents Cup at Quail Hollow Club, according to event organizers.
Those driving to the event will be able to park at one of six Charlotte locations, with shuttle service to and from the stadium. PresidentsCup.com offers parking that needs a reservation and payment in advance.
You may find parking choices for the Presidents Cup at:
- Bojangles Coliseum
- Ballantyne Corporate Place
- Charlotte Catholic High School
- Hedgemore Plaza
- SouthPark Mall
Officials have set up a pick-up and drop-off area on Gleneagles Road for fans who use ridesharing services like Uber or Lyft.
Attendees were also encouraged to take the LYNX Blue Line subway. Visitors should depart at Sharon Road West so that shuttles may bring them to Quail Hollow’s main gate.
The executive director, Adam Sperling, recommends anybody interested in obtaining a parking permit to do so as soon as possible. Those who use ridesharing services or the LYNX Blue Line should also change their arrival times to match weekday traffic patterns.
A free shuttle runs from the Charlotte Convention Center on East MLK Boulevard to Quail Hollow.
Every two years, an American golf team plays in the Presidents Cup, a worldwide men’s golf competition, against a non-European golf team.
Even though Friday and Saturday are sold out, PresidentsCup.com still has tickets available for Thursday and Sunday.
Lost and Found
A shuttle pick-up and drop-off site will be located in the main Guest Services tent. Items can be returned the same day if they are found before 6 p.m. on the day they were lost. If unclaimed lost items are not claimed by 6 p.m. on the day they were lost, they will be forwarded to the Tournament Office at Quail Hollow Club.
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