Tournament sponsors provide grounds tickets to military, veterans, first responders, health care workers and fans 15 & under
HARTFORD, Conn. – The Travelers Championship announced special advance-registration ticket programs that will provide grounds tickets for military members and United States veterans, health care workers, first responders and children 15 and under courtesy of tournament sponsors.
Tickets that are part of the military/U.S. veteran and health care worker/first responder programs must be secured online before arriving at the tournament, which is June 23-26 at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell.
First responders and health care workers can receive a one-day grounds ticket, compliments of MahoneySabol. A maximum of 400 tickets will be available each day that spectators are allowing on-site during tournament week. The program is available to U.S.-based medical professionals who are currently licensed and includes current and former EMTs, paramedics, nurses, hospital physicians, physician’s assistants, technicians, therapists and staff. Eligible first responder groups include fire and law enforcement. Online registration is available for the program. For more information, visit the tournaments’ Health Care Worker/First Responder Admission Program website. https://travelerschampionship.com/health-care-worker-first-responder-admission-program/
Thanks to Trinity Health of New England, grounds tickets will be available to active, guard, reserve and retired military service members, along with U.S. veterans. Registration is required and proof of eligibility will allow the recipient to secure one digital ticket for the days of their choice, as well as up to two tickets for their dependents. This program will open on June 1 at 10 a.m. For more information, visit the Military and Veterans Admission Program website.
All children 15 and under will receive complimentary grounds access will a ticketed adult. The Kids Admission Program will be facilitated at the tournament entrances on-site June 22 (Celebrity Pro-Am) and during the tournament. For more information, visit the Kids Admission Program website.
“With these generous contributions from Trinity Health of New England and MahoneySabol, thousands of our fans will be able to attend and enjoy this year’s tournament,” tournament director Nathan Grube said in a release. “It’s important to us to recognize military members, veterans, health care workers and first responders and the sacrifices they make. Thanks to our corporate sponsors, they’ll be a big part of the 2022 Travelers Championship.”
Parking is included with all tickets and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional information about these programs and other tickets is available at TravelersChampionship.com. Harris English is the defending champion after outlasting Kramer Hickok in a record eight-hole playoff with a 16-foot birdie putt on the sixth time that they played the 18th hole.