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GENERAL PARKING Public parking will cost $10 per car and is located at the Toney Burger Activity Center (3200 Jones rd. Austin, TX 78745)
Shuttles will transport spectators from the parking lot to the course entrance
Parking space is at a premium and carpooling is encouraged
Parking in the neighborhoods surrounding Austin Country Club will be restricted to residents and will be heavily enforced
HOSPITALITY PARKING Follow signs off major highways for designated lot number.
ADA PARKING OPTIONS Disabled guest parking will be available for guests displaying a state issued hang tag. Special access buses are available for transportation to and from the Main Championship Entrance. Disabled guest parking is located at Camp Mabry. Please follow posted signs to access the lot.
Once on site, a shuttle service is provided to help those patrons with special needs to access the course
Disabled guest viewing platforms are located at: No. 1 Tee, No. 12 Green & No. 15 Green
LAKE AUSTIN REGULATIONS PUBLIC NOTICE: The Loop 360 Boat Ramp Park will be closed Monday, March 20, 2017, through Sunday, March 26, 2017, for the WGC - Dell Technologies Match Play Golf Tournament. Access to the park will be restricted to ticketed tournament spectators only and those ticketed spectators will be able to be dropped off at the ramp via boat. Boat launching or retrieval will not be allowed and no parking is available at the ramp. This plan has been approved by the City of Austin and Texas Department of Transportation for the purpose of public safety as there will be a high volume of foot traffic brought into the park for the tournament. We apologize for any inconvenience. For information, please call (512) 949-5885.
BOAT PARKING One of the most breathtaking and picturesque parts of the Dell Technologies Match Play and Austin Country Club is where the tournament's back nine borders Lake Austin. Fans are allowed to park their boats on the lake and watch golf.
Boat parking is for ticketed tournament spectators only and regulations apply.
There will be a no wake zone the entire length of the golf course where it borders Lake Austin.
There will be a buoy line approximately 100 yards off the bulk head that borders Austin Country Club.
Boaters are permitted to anchor your boat on the buoy line but not inside.
Fans parked at the buoy line should behave similarly to if they were on site and be mindful of volume and competition.
Access to the Marina next to Austin Country Club is restricted to boat slip owners.
The area will be monitored by local law enforcement.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS DIRECTIONS FROM AUSTIN BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: Follow signs from airport to TX-71 W, continue on TX-71 W for about 9 miles, exit onto TX - 360 Loop N (Capital of Texas Highway), continue on TX - 360 Loop N and turn right onto Westlake Drive, and turn left onto Long Champ Drive which will dead end into Austin Country Club. (Approx. 20 Miles)
DIRECTIONS FROM DALLAS, TX: Take I-35 S to exit 250 toward TX 45/TX-1, merge onto TX-45 W, use the right lanes to take the Loop 1 S exit, continue on TX-1 S to exit toward US 183N/Capital of Texas Highway, turn right onto N. Capital of Texas Highway, turn left onto Westlake Drive, and turn left onto Long Champ Drive which will dead end into Austin Country Club. (Approx. 190 Miles)
DIRECTIONS FROM SAN ANTONIO, TX: Take I-35N, merge onto US 290 W, take the exit to TX-360N/Capital of Texas Highway, turn right onto Westlake Drive, and turn left onto Long Champ Drive which will dead end into Austin Country Club. (Approx. 85 Miles)
PLEASE NOTE: These directions are to the golf course, all parking will be off-site and will require a shuttle to the main tournament entrance. Please refer to the parking map to confirm exact directions.
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