shoprite lpga classic

Joanna Coe tees off the 11th. Monday June 14 2010 Qualifier for the LPGA ShopRite Classic at Seaview in Galloway. (The Press of Atlantic City / Ben Fogletto)



7 a.m.: Day 1 of Pro-Am (open to the public, free)


7 a.m.: Day 2 of Pro-Am (open to the public, free)


7:15 a.m.: Begins with half the field at the first hole and the other half at the 10th hole

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Family Fun Zone hours


7:15 a.m.: Begins with half the field at the first hole and the other half at the 10th hole and flip-flopped from where they started Friday. The field will be cut to the lowest 70 players plus ties after this round.

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Family Fun Zone hours

2:30 p.m.: Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ Junior Golf Show (Seaview Driving Range). Free to all ticket holders and their children.


9:40 a.m.: Action begins. Leaders should tee off about 1 p.m.

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Family Fun Zone hours

Award ceremony at 18th hole after play is finished.


Tickets cost $15 each day. Weekly grounds pass is $30. Weekly Clubhouse Pass is $60 (provides access inside Stockton Seaview Resort).

• Children 17 and under are free to every LPGA event, as are all service personnel (military, fire and police) with proper identification.

• ShopRite Price Plus members get two tickets per day with valid membership card.

• Anyone who rents an Enterprise car during the week from their Absecon location will receive a voucher for two one-day tickets.

• Show your Red Label or Black Label My Borgata Rewards Card to get two free tickets.

• Horizon Blue Cross/Blue Shield of New Jersey members get two free tickets by showing their health care card at the admissions gate.


• Before entering the course, watch the pros at the putting green and driving range. Both allow an up-close view.

• Once entering the course, fans can either follow a player from hole to hole or camp out at one hole and let the players come to you.

• A grandstand is near the 18th green. The hole is a big draw, especially on the Classic’s final day, so stake out your seat early.

• The second green is a great place to watch. This 407-yard, par-4 could be the toughest hole if the wind blows off the bay.


At Galloway Municipal Offices Complex, 300 Jimmie Leeds Road. A free shuttle is available to take spectators to and from the general parking location. Shuttles will run continuously from 30 minutes before the first tee time until 30 minutes after play has ended. Parking is $5 (cash only).


The Golf Channel: Friday (Noon to 2 p.m.), Saturday (3-5 p.m.), Sunday (2:30-6 p.m.)


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