Full Draw & Key Spectator Info for 2022 JP McManus Pro-Am

by | Jul 2, 2022 | 1 comment

The Golf Course at Adare Manor

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The full draw for the 2022 JP McManus Pro-Am, which takes place this Monday and Tuesday at future Ryder Cup course, Adare Manor, has been made.

The event has also released some key spectator information which may assist attendees who are travelling to Co. Limerick.

Gates open
6am: Carparks & Park & Ride
6:30am: Golf course / spectator village

Pro-Am Parking Info
Anybody who has not pre-booked parking and wishes to park on-site at the Pro-Am is encouraged to arrive early each day as additional spaces will be available, priced at €30 per day. Please note, if those additional spaces become full, only those who have pre-booked will be granted access. NB: Contactless payment only accepted.

Park & Ride
Starts at 6am and will run every 30 minutes from Limerick Racecourse. Last shuttle departing from Adare Manor is 8:30pm each night.

Championship Village
Will be in operation for spectators behind the 8th green, at the entrance from Car Park B.
Numerous food and beverage vendors will be in operation here, with the bar closing at 16:30 each day.

Caps
Your cap is your entry ticket. Anyone including infants that does not have a ticket will be denied access to the event. Please note, all caps from the rescheduled 2020 event are valid.

Anybody without a ticket cap for the event can watch live coverage in Ireland at 2pm on both days, on Sky Sports and Virgin Media Two.

Full Draw for both days below

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  1. John Judd

    Believe it’s + €100K to enter team in Pro-Am…Nice to be able to.

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    Believe it’s + €100K to enter team in Pro-Am…Nice to be able to.

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