Showers don’t deter fans during Day three of the PGA Championship at Oak Hill
PITTSFORD, N.Y. – You couldn’t have asked for more gorgeous weather the first day and a half of play at the PGA Championship.
Friday afternoon brought downpours, and rain is expected to fall through the afternoon on Saturday. Play will continue, provided there’s no lightning.
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But a little rain – or in this case, a good amount – didn’t deter Joanne Niewood, visiting from Maryland, and her sister, Judy Kirk.
“Hopefully, the rain won’t be so bad, but we don’t care. Were going to have fun anyway,” Niewood said. “We’ve got umbrellas, rain coats. Even brought a vest in case it was a little chilly.”
Her sister said they were well prepared.
“No matter what comes, we are going to have a great time,” Kirk said.
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What you need to know:
- There is public parking at MCC and Rochester Tech Park, with shuttles running to the course throughout the day.
- There’s no daily readmission. If you leave, you can’t return.
- There will be Wi-Fi on site and portable phone chargers will be available for rent.
- There is a PGA Championship app you can download that features an interactive course map, daily pairings and the schedule.
- Don’t bring backpacks or large bags, laptops, coolers or oversized chairs. They are prohibited.
- Cameras are only allowed on-site during practice rounds and are not permitted on-site during championship rounds.