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Information compiled and written by Nathan Wertheimer
The Arnold Palmer Invitational Golf Tournament at Bay Hill is a premier PGA Tour event in Central Florida. Come see the top men’s professional golfers to hit the course. This event is being held on March 2-8, 2020. Get your tickets now before they are gone.
What is the Arnold Palmer Invitational? The Arnold Palmer Invitational is a professional golf tournament in Florida on the PGA Tour. It is played each March at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge, a private golf resort owned since 1974 by Arnold Palmer in Bay Hill, a suburb southwest of Orlando. This information in this paragraph was written by Wikipedia.
Bay Hill is just a short drive from Downtown Orlando. All general visitors parking is parked off site and shuttled-in to this tournament from Thursday thru Sunday. A limited number of on-site parking is available with hanging permit to Bay Hill Parking Lots A, B, & C. For parking information please visit www.arnoldpalmerinvitational.com/plan_your_visit/getting_there .
What to expect at this golf tournament? Be sure to wear comfortable shoes on the property. The general public is restricted to bring certain items. For more information on what not to bring please visit www.arnoldpalmerinvitational.com/plan_your_visit/policies .
Get up close and personal with some of the professional golfers. Most golf fans hang around at the end of the greens, driving range, and at the club house for autographic and photos. This is a unique experience for young golf fans. Some golfers give high-fives while walking to the next tee. Plan your day accordingly on the course. The best times to see your favorite players will be during the practice rounds when it is less crowded during the week.
Here are many top golf players expected to be at this year’s golf tournament which are Tiger Woods, Rickie Fowler, Hideki Matsuyama, Justin Rose, Rory McIIroy, Jason Day, Marc Leishman, Matt Every, Paul Goydos, Martin Laird, Vijay Singh, Tim Heron, Ernie Els, Robert Gamez, Xander Schauffele, Adam Scott, Martin Kaymer, Bubba Watson, and much more. Some players may not in attendance without notice. Check the leader board at the Club House area to see who is in the lead. The leaders can change without the day.
During the final rounds expect it to be crowded. It is recommended to get there early to stake out a spot to see this golf tournament. Don’t forget the lawn chair for an enjoyable time. Keep an eye on the ball. There is a chance of getting hit by a golf ball. If there is thundering and lightning on course everyone will have to clear the course and seek shelter immediately.
There is much to see and do at this event. Don’t forget to stop by Bay Hill Pro Shop and check out the golf clothing and accessories. Prices will vary by each item. Also, look for a large tent near the main clubhouse for official golf tournament merchandise. Expect to wait in line to visit this tent during high peak times.
Throughout the golf course there are various food and drink vendors. Prices on food and drinks will vary. Choose from hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, and much more. There will be a variety of alcoholic beverages for sale too. Anyone buying an alcoholic beverage will be ID. Only 21+ may buy alcoholic drinks.
It is worth your time to come out an experience a PGA Tour event in Orlando. For more information on this event, please visit arnoldpalmerinvitational.com/ If you like this article, then like it on our Otownfun WordPress account. Also, join to be one of our followers at otownfun on WordPress. For more great events, places, and articles, please visit us out at www.otownfun.com
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