Travelers Championship tickets on sale April 20

Most of golf's biggest names will participate in the 2022 Travelers Championship scheduled June 23-26 at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut.

HARTFORD, Conn. – Tickets for the Travelers Championship will go on sale April 20. Ticketed spectators will be welcomed on-site at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell on June 22, and the tournament is June 23-26.

“We’re excited to have more of our fans in attendance this year, watching so many of the best players in the world,” tournament director Nathan Grube said in a release. “The atmosphere at TPC River Highlands created by our loyal spectators is second to none, and with more opportunities to enjoy the event this year, it promises to be an incredible week.”

Early entries include six of the Top 10 in the Official World Golf Ranking: No. 1 Scottie Scheffler, No. 5 Patrick Cantlay, No. 7 Justin Thomas, No. 8 Dustin Johnson, No.9 Rory McIlroy and No. 10 Xander Schauffele. Bubba Watson, who won his first PGA Tour title at River Highlands in 2010, is also in the field and will be trying to tie Hall of Famer Bubba Watson for most wins (four). The defending champion is Harris English, who beat Kramer Hickok in a tournament-record eight-hole playoff.

Ticket prices start from $56 to $310, depending on the day and type of ticket purchased. Prices are going to increase on May 20, so fans are encouraged to buy now. Parking is included with the purchase of a ticket, and those public lots are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Ticket options include:

General admission. Prices will start at $56 per person for Wednesday, $71 Thursday and Friday and $76 Saturday and Sunday.

Mohegan Sun Club. Overlooking the 17th tee, the Mohegan Sun Club offers outdoor stadium seating and includes complimentary food from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., as well as non-alcoholic beverages and two drink vouchers for beer, wine or hard seltzer. Prices will start at $140 per person for Thursday, and $155 Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Champions Club. Located adjacent to the 18th green, the Champions Club features climate-controlled interior and covered, open-air stadium seating. Complimentary lunch will be served from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and a full-service bar is included. Prices start at $150 for Wednesday, $290 Thursday and Saturday, and $310 Friday and Sunday.

The tournament will again be offering complimentary ticket programs for military members and U.S. veterans, health care workers and first responders and children age 15 and under courtesy of tournament sponsors. Details for these ticket programs will be announced soon.

All tickets will be available for purchase at Ticketmaster is the official ticketing partner of the Travelers Championship.

Worked as sports writer for The Hartford Courant for 38 years before retiring in 2008. His major beats at the paper were golf, the Hartford Whalers, University of Connecticut men’s and women’s basketball, Yale football, United States and World Figure Skating Championships and ski columnist. He has covered every PGA Tour stop in Connecticut since 1971, along with 30 Masters, 25 U.S. Opens, four PGA Championships, 12 Deutsche Bank Championships, 15 Westchester (N.Y.) Classics and four Ryder Cups. He has won several Golf Writers Association of America writing awards, including a first place for a feature on John Daly, and was elected to the Connecticut Golf Hall of Fame in 2009. He also worked for the Connecticut Whale hockey team for two years when they were renamed by former Hartford Whalers managing general partner Howard Baldwin, who had become the marketing director of the Hartford Wolf Pack, the top affiliate of the New York Rangers.

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