Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I park?

  • Due to Wilshire Country Club residing in the heart of Hollywood, on-site tournament parking is not available. We encourage everyone to use public transit and/or Uber/Lyft to Wilshire Country Club. The nearest public parking lot is in Larchmont (15 minute walk). More information can be found at www.la-open.com/parking.

 

Where are Uber/ Lyft / Ride Share pick up points?

  • Rosewood Entrance – 5499 Rosewood Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90004

 

How can I get to the Wilshire Country Club?

  • Uber and Lyft will be available for transportation to admissions gate.

  • Ride Sharing/Public Transportation options are strongly encouraged for general spectators.

 

How old can my child be for free entrance?

  • Children ages 17 and younger are admitted free into the tournament with a paid adult.

 

I just bought a ticket; how can I claim it?

  • After purchase, Tickets are available in your email. You can use the mobile ticket or Print at home.

 

Do I need to show proof of COVID Vaccination or a negative result of antigen test?

  • No, we do not require proof of vaccination or negative test results. All spectators and guests are required to abide by local and county COVID regulatory event guidelines.  

 

Where is Will Call located?

  • At Admissions entrance.

 

Can I bring pets?

  • No, however, service animals are allowed (only provide service animals information if asked).

 

Is Wednesday’s Pro-Am open to spectators?

  • Yes, access is granted to those with a Wednesday/Weekly grounds ticket.

 

Can I bring a large bag in?

  • No, containers, backpacks, large bags are not allowed. Standard sized purses/bags are permitted.

 

Can I bring my camera, camcorder, or drone?

  • No, only cellular devices are permitted but they must be silenced.

 

Can I bring water and food?

  • No, outside food or beverages.  No packaged drinks or coolers are permitted on the property.

 

Can I bring folding chairs?

  • No but standard golf stools are permitted.

 

Is there a dress code?

  • No but we recommend comfortable shoes.

 

Tickets (online tickets at www.la-open.com/tickets

  • Can I purchase tickets in person at the gate? How much are tickets?

    • Yes, tickets may be purchase in person with a credit card. We will not be taking cash at Admission.

      • Daily Ground Tickets are $25 (Wednesday-Sunday), Weekly Tickets (Wednesday-Sunday) $40

      • LPGA Dual Tickets $70 weekly (FOR LA Open and Championship)

      • Military Tickets, Free admission for all service personnel including retirees with valid ID

      • Macbeth Pass $375 daily and $1,500 weekly (Thursday-Sunday)

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Policies & Restrictions

 

Autograph Policy

The LPGA Tour has established the following guidelines regarding autographs: No autographs are permitted once a player begins a competitive round, Thursday to Sunday. A player may elect to sign autographs prior to or at the conclusion of her round.

 

On-Site Restrictions

  • No coolers permitted on Tournament grounds. Patrons may not bring their own alcoholic beverages. Beer is available at concession stands. Please be prepared to show proof of age. Patrons will not be allowed to leave the Tournament with open containers of alcoholic beverages.

  • No outside food or beverages

  • No containers, backpacks, large bags or large chairs (standard golf seats and stools permitted)

  • No cameras or camcorders (other than non-competition days, for personal use)

  • Cellular phones are permitted but must be silent; no rings, alerts or other sounds

 

First Aid

The First Aid station is located near the main spectator entrance. In the event of an accident or injury, proceed to the First Aid station, contact a volunteer marshal or the Tournament Office, and explain the nature of the injury or illness; they will contact First Aid to assist you.