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Dear Guests, Welcome to Puntacana Resort & Club, home of the first PGA TOUR Event in the Dominican Republic. We are excited to be your host for the 2018 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship. During tournament week, you have access to the golf course, skyboxes, commercial areas and pro-shop alongside Corales’ 18th hole; offering spectacular oceanviews and a variety of amenities such as food and beverages, golf souvenirs, product sampling, kids area and special activities inside the resort. During your vsit take advantage of everything Puntacana Resort & Club has to offer. Enjoy lunch or dinner in any of our award winning restaurants, visit our freshwater lagoons at the Ecological Reserve Ojos Indígenas, combine some of the best holistic treatments at the only Six Senses Spa in the Americas, or just simply relax on our white sand beaches at Playa Blanca. Dont forget to visit Corales pro-shop for your golf souvenir! In the meantime, let us know if there is anything else we can do to make your visit to Puntacana more relaxing. Sincerely,

Frank Elías Rainieri Vice President of Grupo Puntacana


Designed by Tom Fazio and opened in 2010, Corales is an exclusive and dramatic 18hole course with six Caribbean Oceanside holes. Designed along the natural cliffs, bays, ocean coves and the inland lakes and coralina quarries, Corales Golf Club rates among the World’s finest golf experiences. The exhilarating challenge culminates playing the Devil’s Elbow, Corales’ last 3 holes. The Devil’s Elbow features the striking 18th hole with a dramatic forced carry over the cliff-lined bay of Corales, an inspired capstone to a memorable and breathtaking golf experience.


Enjoy exclusive benefits and earn points every time you visit Puntacana Resort & Club. You will have the opportunity to collect points at participating outlets. 3 Hotels, 14 Bars & Restaurants, 2 Golf Courses, 12 Tennis Courts, 1 Spa and Much More!

Become a member today and experience our magnificent resort! Membership is free.

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ABOUT PUNTACANA RESORT & CLUB With three miles of magnificent white, sandy beaches and 45 holes of championship golf, the 15,000-acre Puntacana Resort & Club is home to the Caribbean’s ultimate beach and golf experience and is accessible via its own Punta Cana International Airport. The Resort features understated elegance, privacy and unparalleled personal service, making it a

favorite among international leaders and world-renowned personalities. Our hotels in the Dominican Republic include the AAA 5 Diamond Tortuga Bay hotel and The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club. Four Points by Sheraton at Puntacana Village is also available.

TOURNAMENT PROGRAM Monday March 19th Professional Practice Day Tuesday March 20th Professional Practice Day Wednesday March 21st PRO-AM Thurday March 22nd 1st Day of Competition Friday March 23rd Professional Practice Day Saturday March 24th Professional Practice Day Sunday March 25th Professional Practice Day

Award Ceremony will begin after the end of the tournament For more information ask our Staff

FAMILY MEALS. GREAT DEALS. Treat your family for lunch at Ara Lounge and enjoy our all time favorites dishes with our Best Brews. From great rate and comfortable beds to free Internet, at Four Points by Sheraton Puntacana Village we have everything you need to travel the way you like.

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LA MEJOR JUGADA EN TUS MANOS Las nuevas funcionalidades de tu Palic App, equivalen a tener tu “golf bag” a mano siempre. Descárgala y maneja con un toque, desde la pantalla de tu smartphone, todos los beneficios y coberturasde tu Plan Prestige, accede sin costo al servicio Before Boarding 24 / 7 y mucho más.

Join our magnificent paradise community in a Caribbean villa and step into an authentically Dominican lifestyle of relaxation, excitement and understated elegance. Our privately owned Punta Cana International Airport enables home owners to access a private terminal and VIP Lounge that ensures a quick and seamless journey from the terminal to your front doorstep.

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Spectators Golf Course Guidelines • Spectators are not allowed to speak to players during the round • Spectators are not allowed to touch a player’s golf ball • Stay quiet and stand still when a player is about to hit the ball • Do not stand behind or in the line with a golfer’s line to the pin • Never cross fairways, except at designated areas marked by signage and/or ropes • Dress appropriately with comfortable shoes (no high hills) • Phones should be turned off or set on silent mode • Wait for players to putt before leaving for the next hole • Pictures are not allowed when players are hitting their shots


1 - Punta Cana International Airport 2 - Four Points by Sheraton Puntacana Village 3 - Puntacana Village 4 - Puntacana International School 5 - Nuestra Sra. de Punta Cana Church 6 - Corales Golf Course 7 - Corales Estates 8 - Playa Blanca Restaurant 9 - The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club 10 - Hacienda del Mar 11 - Hacienda Estates 12 - Oscar de la Renta Tennis Center

13 - Arrecife Estates 14 - La Cana Golf Club 15 - La Cana Golf & Beach Club 16 - Playa Serena Estates 17 - Tortuga Estates 18 - Rancho Petting Zoo 19 - Tortuga Bay Hotel 20 - The Marina Estates 21 - Ojos Indigenas Ecological Park & Reserve 22 - Segway & Buggy Center 23 - La Yola Restaurant 24 - Igneri Underwater Museum

Oscar de la Renta Tennis Center

Rancho Petting Zoo



Tortuga Estates

Arrecife Estates La Cana Golf & Beach Club



The Marina Estates

Playa Serena Estates



With world-class eateries, Puntacana Resort & Club offers a diverse selection of cuisine and ambiance for every palate, mood and occasion. Each restaurant features a menu of locally sourced, organically grown seafood, products and vegetables.

La Cana Golf & Beach Club Lunch 11:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Cuisine: American Grill & Brick oven with Mediterranean influences


The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club Breakfast: 6:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays 6:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Lunch & Dinner: 12:00 pm - 10:30 pm Cuisine: International

Playa Blanca / 809 959 2714 / Ext.2235 The Grill / 809 959 2714 Ext.2212 The Westin / 809 959 2222 Bamboo / 809-959-8229 La Yola / 809-959-8229



Puntacana Marina Lunch 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Dinner 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Cuisine: Local with Mediterranean influences specializing in seafood dishes.

Next to The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club Lunch 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Dinner 6:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Cuisine: Caribbean



The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club Lunch: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Cuisine: International

Tortuga Bay Puntacana Resort & Club Breakfast: 6:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Lunch: 12:00 m - 5:45 p.m. Dinner: 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Cuisine: International with Mediterranean influences







DAY 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:15 PM 2:30 PM 3:45 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM NIGHT 6:55 PM 7:45 PM 8:35 PM 9:25 PM 10:15 PM 11:10 PM

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Green Cart is a delectable vertical garden -in a trolley cart- consisting of Fundación Grupo Puntacana’s fresh produce. The cart is an innovative twist of our Farm-To-Table concept embracing our sustainable approach to agriculture and dining.

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Kite Bar

Ara Lounge BKFST: 6:30am-10:30am L: 12:00pm-3:00pm

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Extended Happy hour on Friday - All night!

Lobby Bar From 5:00PM - 10:00PM @ the Bars

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Breakfast & Lunch Buffet

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Tortuga Bay Lounge Rum & Cigar Pairing 6:30PM - 8:00PM Wednesday 21, 50 USD @Tortuga Bay Lounge

Fun under the sun!

Starting at 12:00M

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TEE TIMES @LA CANA AND PRO SHOPS La Cana & Corales Pro Shop Get your Golf Souvenir

Exclusive Massages for Golfers & Family From: 8:00AM - 8:00PM

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Villas & Apartment Rentals VALID: APRIL 15 – DECEMBER 15, 2018

Ojos Indígenas Ecological Reserve Tuesday & Thursday: 11:30AM - 12:50AM

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ADVENTURE TOGETHER Celebrate family at The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club, the perfect destination for your upcoming beachfront getaway. Discover Ojos Indígenas Ecological Park & Reserve with fresh water lagoons and inspiring walking trails or uncover hidden wonders with enriching activities for kids at the Westin Family.

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VILLAGE MAP STAGE 1 Supermercados Nacional MP Laundry Service EPS Acentos Bistro Vimenca S. A. Tienda Fun & Pool CLARO Pharma Cana Silver Lake Cable Yauya Store ONE Concept Store Grupo Terracelo Ananda Yoga School Lift Tag Lawyers: Celeste Rodriguez Interior Designers: Mariel Pimentel& Jon De La Nava STAGE 2 Trattoria Mamma Luisa El Burrito Restaurant Trellis Store Baskin Robbins Pizzarelli Venecianas del Caribe BROT Vanderhorst & Asociados

STAGE 2 Marlin Sport Center Chateaubriand Steak Vale Valentina Brun Offices, Andujar & Asoc. La Casita de Yeya STAGE 3 AURORA Interiores Circus & Dolls William Harper & Asoc. Real Estates Office BANA Beauty Salon Vía Oral Dermatology Clinic La Cava Kitchen & Bar STAGE 4 Happy Birthday & Gifts La Cuisine Appliances Turquesa Store Crafto Maestro Sol Caribe School Máximo Potencial BM Cargo Inversiones Canddec Wendy’s Wok Asian Bistro Veterinary Clinic Vetex DOJO Martial Arts School Marsh -Franco & Acra

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A charming vibrant community in the country’s leading tourist region, far from the hustle and bustle of the city, but with all the facilities and services of a major urban area, including an international school, a Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, a retail and dining galleria, a church, financial institutions, medical centers and a gym.

At the commercial area within Puntacana Village you can find local stores, including a Supermarket, located at the eastern end of the plaza, local restaurants & bars and international food chains a on the western end. Also featuring a wide range of commercial establishments, adult and kids stores, decor and events stores, a laundry service, beauty parlor, pet clinic, pharmacy, art gallery, pre-school, playground and near by the roundabout you will find BlueMall Puntacana, with the largest Zara Store in the Caribbean.


Alcohol Policy For Spectators 1. Definitions. 1.1 “Internal” refers to areas that are not public-facing, whether on-site at the Tournament or off-site in the local marketplace. More specifically, “Internal” means private indoor on-site locations at the Tournament, including inside the Clubhouse and inside private hospitality areas; Tournament publications distributed only on-site (programs, spectator guides; tee/pairing sheets); off-site indoor age-restricted retail locations for alcohol products (night clubs; bars); and age-gated web sites and digital platforms. 1.2 “External” refers to areas that are public-facing, whether on-site at the Tournament or off-site in the local marketplace. More specifically, “External” means on-site locations accessible to the general public; non-age gated web sites and digital platforms; Tournament publications distributed off-site (ticket backs; posters; billboards); and all other in-market activations. 1.3 “TOUR’s OMP” means TOUR’s official marketing partner in the distilled spirits category,. 1.4 “Visual Depictions” means any recognizable depiction of alcohol products, including without limitation cups or glasses branded with an

alcohol brand; branded or recognizable beer, wine, or distilled spirits bottles (actual and/or pictures/drawings/ models thereof); wine glasses; wine barrels; whiskey flasks/cases/barrels; and/or people consuming alcohol. 2. On-Site Sales and Consumption (Locations/Times). 2.1 Internal On-Site Locations. Beer, distilled spirits, wine, wine coolers, and other similar low alcohol content drinks approved in advance by TOUR may be served in the Internal on-site areas in accordance with this policy and applicable laws. 2.2 External On-Site Locations. (a) Distilled Spirits. Distilled spirits may be served on-site in External areas in accordance with this policy, including, without limitation, those locations listed in Paragraph 5.4, and applicable laws, so long as such External areas are patrolled by security personnel as a part of their normal patrol. (b) Beer/Wine/Wine Coolers. For clarification, beer, wine, wine coolers, and other similar low alcohol content drinks may be served in all External public concession areas on-site in accordance with this policy and applicable laws.

2.3 Times for Alcohol Sales. (a) Internal On-Site Locations. No alcohol will be served in Internal on-site locations later than three (3) hours after the end of Competition. (b) External On-Site Locations. No alcohol will be served at External onsite locations (for clarity, to the general public) any later than one hour prior to the scheduled end of Competition. 2.4 Alcoholic Beverages Must be Sold and Consumed On-Site. Host Organization will ensure that spectators do not bring any alcoholic beverages into the Host Facility; and that they do not leave the Host Facility with any alcoholic beverages. For the avoidance of doubt, while on-site at the Host Facility, TOURdoes not require that spectators who have purchased distilled spirits or any other alcoholic beverages be confined to any particular area or venue while they consume such beverages. 3. Precautions For Distilled Spirits. 3.1 Server Training. Host Organization will require training for all servers of alcohol, to include the pouring protocols contained in this policy, guidance on stopping service to those who are obviously intoxicated, and any other topics required of alcohol service by applicable law or regulation. 3.2 Security. Host Organization will maintain the appropriate security onsite and at venues that serve alcohol. Further, Host Organization will submit

for approval a detailed security plan of actions to be implemented during tournament week to their TBA representative, six (6) months prior to Tournament Week. Among other things, the plan should provide for engaging security, medical or other personnel if someone becomes belligerent or is otherwise exhibiting unusual behavior. 3.3 Controlled Pouring. Host Organization must implement controlled bottle pours on-site to ensure that no distilled spirits drink contains more than 1.5 oz. of the relevant distilled spirit product. 3.4 Limitations on Service. The following beverages/practices are prohibited: i. Shots ii. Double-pours (i.e., “doubles”) iii. Shots dropped into beer (i.e., “boilermakers”) 4. Responsible Drinking Initiatives . 4.1 Drink Responsibly Messaging. Host Organization will create and promote a “Drink Responsibly” campaign which includes messaging and branding on-site (i.e., pairing guide, video boards, bus loop videos, signs in bars, concession stands, etc.). Host Organization will do this in collaboration with its alcoholic beverage sponsor(s), if any. 4.2 Promotion of Safe Driving Options. Host Organization will develop a

proactive plan to promote safe driving for spectators leaving the Tournament (e.g., using designated drivers; taxi services, etc.). Host Organization will do this in collaboration with its alcoholic beverage sponsor(s), if any. 4.3 Submission of Plan to TOUR. Host Organization must submit its plans for the “Drink Responsibly” campaign and for the promotion of safe driving options to TOUR no less than ninety (90) days prior to Tournament Week. 5. Distilled Spirits Sponsorships (Maximum of Two Brands). Tournaments may give marketing exposure in connection with the Tournament to a maximum of two (2) distilled spirits brands; typically they will be the brands of one or two local market sponsors of the Tournament (each a “Spirits Sponsor Brand”). All distilled spirits sponsorships must be approved by TOUR in advance in accordance with Paragraph 7 below. 5.1 Title/Presenting Sponsors. Distilled spirits companies may not be title or presenting sponsors of PGA TOUR, Champions Tour, or Tour events that have any rounds of such events scheduled to be aired on network television. For PGA TOUR, Champions Tour, or Web. com Tour events that do not have

any rounds of such events scheduled to be aired on network television, on a case-by-case basis, by working closely with TOUR, a limited number of such events may be approved by TOUR to be sponsored (title and/or presenting) by distilled spirits companies. 5.2 Other Sponsorships. Distilled spirits companies may be local market sponsors of the Tournament, or title sponsors for pro-ams or other special events (except for youth or junior events). All exposure must be consistent with this policy. (a) Legitimate Apparel Businesses. Tournaments may enter into sponsorship contracts (including title sponsorship) with legitimate apparel businesses operated by distilled spirits companies, subject to the following limitations: i. Any signage for the apparel line must relate specifically to the apparel line (e.g., “Johnnie Walker Collection”, not “Johnnie Walker”). ii. All signage must be tasteful in size, frequency and location, as determined by PGA TOUR. 5.3 Designations. Distilled spirits sponsors may be granted an Official Designation and a Spirits Designation. “Official Designation” means “Official Sponsor [of the Tournament].” “Spirits Designation” means “Official Gin/Vodka/ Whiskey/Etc. [of the Tournament].”

The Official Designation is the primary designation for distilled spirits sponsors which should be used in all cases in which the Spirits Designation is not expressly allowed in this policy. The Spirits Designation may be used only as expressly permitted in this policy. 5.4 Branding for On-Site Locations. Except as otherwise approved in advanced by TOUR, Tournaments may have up to six (6) External locations serving distilled spirits on-site at the Tournament. Such External locations may be some combination of the following: (a) Branded Locations. Subject to the limitations set forth in this Paragraph 5.4, Tournaments may establish up to two (2) tents or locations branded with a Spirits Sponsor Brand (e.g., “ClubSpirit Sponsor Name or Grey Goose Lounge”). For the avoidance of doubt, if the Tournament has one (1) Spirits Sponsor Brand, such sponsor may have two (2) locations; if the Tournament has two (2) Spirits Sponsor Brand, each sponsor may have only one (1) location. Naming of such locations is governed by Paragraph 5.5. In addition, Paragraphs 2.2(a) and 6.1 govern branding and other aspects of such locations. (b) Restaurant Locations. Subject to the limitations set forth in this Paragraph 5.4, Tournaments may serve distilled spirits in up to two (2) External locations with table

service of food and/or other beverages. Such locations may: (i) be one (1) of the two (2) branded locations described in Paragraph 5.4(a) above and “presented” or “sponsored” (or similar designation) by a Spirits Sponsor Brand (e.g., “The Tilted Kilt sponsored by Grey Goose”); or (ii) if in addition to the two (2) branded locations described in Paragraph 5.4(a) above, be named/branded as a restaurant solely (e.g., “The Tilted Kilt”). (c) Segregated Concessions Areas. Subject to the limitations set forth in this Paragraph 5.4, Tournaments may have up to two (2) External locations serving distilled spirits in general concession areas so long as such the point of sale for distilled spirits in such locations have its own cash register (at which beer/ wine/wine coolers may also be sold) but that is distinct and separate from general concessions. 5.5 Corporate Name/Brand Name vs. Type of Product. Appropriate naming opportunities available to other sponsors are available also to distilled spirits. The corporate name or a brand name of the sponsor may be used, but not the type of distilled spirit product (e.g., “Grey Goose Pro-Am,” but not “Grey Goose Vodka Pro-Am”).

6. Exposure for Alcohol Brands. 6.1 Exposure Limitations Specific to Distilled Spirits. All onsite signage or other recognition for distilled spirits companies or brands must be placed entirely out of television camera range. (a) Branding – Internal. On (i) Internal materials, (ii) in Internal locations, and (iii) on the inside of Branded locations (Paragraph 5.4(a)) and Restaurant locations (Paragraph 5.4(b)), Tournaments may: (1) show Visual Depictions; and (2) use Spirits Designation. (b) Branding – External. On (i) External materials and (ii) External locations, Tournaments:(1) may not show Visual Depictions; (2) must always use Official Designation (not Spirit Designation); and (3) must use the brand of the product but not the particular type of distilled spirit product (e.g., “Grey Goose;” not “Grey Goose Vodka”, etc.). (c) On-Site External Signage. The External signage provided to distilled spirits companies must be reasonable and tasteful in size, frequency, location and overall presentation, as determined by TOUR. Inflatables are not permitted. Acceptable on-site exposure areas include the following (as long as the location is out of television camera range): skyboxes; hospitality tents; sponsor boards; locater boards; driving

range; putting/chipping green; and expo tents. Finally, all onsite signage for distilled spirits is subject to Sections 6.1(a) and (b). (d) Scoreboards/Videoboards. Host Organization may provide advertising to distilled spirits companies and brands and on videoboards as follows: i. Videoboards. Advertising on videoboards to distilled spirits companies and brands may be in the form of: (a) TOUR-approved advertising units (i.e., commercials during the telecast of the Tournament); and (b) messaging (without Video Depictions) promoting onsite External locations serving distilled spirits (e.g., “Come to Grey Goose Lounge”, provided that all such messages are in compliance with all applicable laws. Messaging on videoboards only may be shown on non-Competition days (i.e., Monday through Wednesday or Tuesday through Thursday, as applicable) if such videoboards are in unavoidable camera view (e.g., on the 18th green); if the videoboards are not in unavoidable camera view, such advertising may be displayed through the end of Competition. Videoboards showing the telecast of the Tournament (and, therefore, TOUR-approved ad units within such telecast) may be displayed through the end of Competition regardless of whether such videoboards are in unavoidable camera view or not.

ii. Scoreboards. Advertising on scoreboards to distilled spirits companies and brands may be in the form of TOUR-approved text messages. Messaging on scoreboards only shall be displayed on non-Competition days. (e) Television/Radio. Host Organization may not offer, sell, or provide any television or radio advertising or promotion during a Tournament broadcast or otherwise in connection with the Tournament for distilled spirits companies or brands. If a distilled spirits company is title sponsor of the Tournament in accordance with this policy, then TOUR will arrange for appropriate media exposure. Further, for the avoidance of doubt, the foregoing does not apply to TOUR-approved advertising purchased by TOUR’s OMP to be aired during the telecast of the Tournament. (f) Social Media. All exposure for distilled spirits brands on social media platforms (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, etc.) must comply with this policy and with the TOUR’s Social Media Guidelines (available upon request), and is subject to Sections 6.1(a) and (b). 6.2 Exposure Limitations That Apply to All Alcohol Products (i.e., distilled spirits and beer/wine/wine coolers). (a) On-site Visual Depictions of Alcohol Products. No External onsite Visual Depictions are allowed; subject only to the exception

described in Paragraph 6.1(d) regarding videoboards. 7. Prior Approval for All Distilled Spirits Sponsorships. Each sponsorship by a distilled spirits company or brand must be submitted to your Tournament Business Affairs representative for prior approval. During Tournament Week, Host Organization may be required to remove any such sponsorships not approved in advance. 8. TOUR’s Right to Modify This Policy. TOUR hereby reserves the right to modify this policy at any time on written notice; provided, however, that TOUR will use commercially reasonable efforts to not revise this policy during any PGA TOUR season. Such modifications could include, without limitation, a requirement that distilled spirits be sold and consumed within an enclosed area. As such, Host Organizations should account for potential policy changes in any sponsorship deal secured by Host Organization with alcoholic beverage sponsors. K



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Inclement Weather Policy For Spectators Spectators will be alerted to weather that officials for the tournament identify as potentially dangerous. Weather warning will be broadcast on the electronic leader boards that are located throughout the golf course. Spectators should take appropriate precautions upon observing any weather warnings. A prolonged blast on an air horn, repeated once, will indicate

that tournament play has been suspended, and all attendees should seek safe shelter immediately. Two short blasts of an air horn, repeated once, will indicate play has resumed.

Avoid the following: Hilltops / High places; Golf carts; Isolated trees; Wire fences

PGA TOUR Spectator Mobile Device Policy • Devices must be on silent at all times; flash may not be used.

• Phone calls are allowed only in designated areas.

• Devices may be used to capture video, audio and photos (content) in all areas throughout tournament week.

• Please be respectful of play and do not interfere with players, caddies or media.

• Content may be used for personal purposes (e.g., personal social media); no commercial use. • No live streaming or real-time coverage (e.g., no shot-by-shot coverage). • Data use (e.g., texting) is permitted in all areas through out tournament week.

• All posted signage and instructions from tournament staff must be observed. • Failure to comply with this policy may result in the revocation of your ticket.


Take advantage of our VIP whisking services to make your stay in paradise more enjoyable. Arrivals and departure services must be requested at least 24 hours in advance and will be provided upon availability.

Arrivals VIP Assistance •Pick up at the aircraft •Fast track through customs •Fast track through immigration Up to 2 people US$75.00 per person

3 people or more US$60.00 per person

Access to our Lounges

Day-pass fee USD$50.00 For easy access please present your card if you are a member of: Priority Pass, Lounge Club, Lounge Key or Dragon Pass. • Soft drinks • Local rum, wine and beer • Snacks • Free WiFi Passengers whose airline company benefits from specific agreements may have access to the VIP Lounge. Free access for kids under 8 years old.

Departure VIP Assistance

• Escort through the airline check in counter • Fast track through security • Fast track through immigration lanes • VIP lounge access 3 people or more Up to 2 people US$125.00 per person US$100.00 per person

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