Spectator passes will be on sale through Eventbrite, opening up 2 weeks before the tournament. We will post the link to the page here.
Passes are for 1 day only! If you want to spectate multiple days you will need to purchase a pass for each day. You will receive a wristband at check-in color-coded for that day.
Friday, May 6 will be a “Spectator-Lite” day, as we do not have exclusive use of the Goat Hill Park Property. A limited number of “VIP” spectator passes will be available for $10 each. VIP pass spectators will be assigned to a “Spectator Host” to follow a specific foursome for the entire round. A limit of 25 spectators allowed per Spectator Host. VIP pass holders can sign up for a particular foursome/tee time at check-in on Friday.
Saturday and Sunday, May 7-8: “General Admission” spectator passes will be available for $10 per person, per day. General Admission passes will give you access to the Tournament Central/Vendor area, viewing space for the warm-up area, and the following holes on the course: 1,2,3,6,9,10,11,12,13,14, 16,17,18 (See map below). Spectators must stay close to the cart paths, out of the field of play and at least 50 feet from players, caddies and media.
Saturday and Sunday, May 7-8: A limited number of VIP passes will be available for $25 to follow top-ranking foursomes through the entire course, escorted by Spectator Hosts ( this adds holes 4, 5, 7, 8, 15 and gives you “full round” access). A limit of 25 spectators allowed per Spectator Host, multiple “pods” of spectators will be allowed to follow a card (maintaining reasonable distance). VIP pass holders can sign up for a particular foursome/tee time when they check in at Tournament Central.
All spectator parking will be off Goat Hill Park property. Spectators will be making use of parking on adjoining city streets. We strongly encourage carpooling!General Admission passes will be sold at the Spectator Entry Gate on Greenbrier Drive. See the map below for the gate location.
Food and beverage services will be available on-site.
A variety of disc golf-related vendors will be on-site. We are also making space available for players who wish to vend or autograph discs.
Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, use sunscreen, wear a hat, bring a camp stool to sit on. Walking 18 holes of disc golf at Goat Hill Park racks up 15,000 steps and 40 floors climbedon a Fitbit – be ready for The Challenge!