What time do the car parks close at?

Park & ride and on-site carparks will close at 10:30 p.m. on both Monday and Tuesday.

Where can I find more event and spectator-specific information?

Please visit our spectator information secton here.

Is the cap I purchased for the cancelled event still valid?

Yes, all 2020 caps are valid. Caps work as tickets for the event – please wear it upon entry. All caps, regardless of colour, are valid for both days of the tournament.

Car parking is all sold out. What will I do?

Anybody who has not pre-booked and wishes to park on-site at the Pro-Am is encouraged to arrive early each day as some spaces will be available, priced at €30 per day. Please note, these spaces are limited and once gone, only those who have pre-booked will be granted access. NB: Contactless payment only accepted.

I have already booked on-site parking. When will I receive my pass?

Passes will be distributed to the address you provided when booking from Monday 27th June onwards.

Will there be a Park & Ride facility set up?

The park & ride facility is completely full. Please do not arrive here unless you have pre-booked. Buses will run approximately every 20-30 minutes, with higher frequency at peak times.

What time will the last Park & Ride buses depart Adare Manor each evening?

The last buses will leave at approximately 8.30pm.

Can I be dropped off or arrive on foot to the venue?

Yes, there is a drop-off zone at the Woodlands Hotel for cars letting passengers out, while there is a pedestrian access gate through Adare Village Park.

Do toddlers and babies require a cap for the event?

Yes., everybody, regardless of age, needs an entry cap.

Are there any on-site baby changing facilities?

Yes, there are two areas on site. One near the Woodlands site entrance and one near the Spectator Village. Please note attendees of all ages require a ticket cap to gain admittance to the Pro-Am.

My ticket cap didn’t arrive or the order is wrong. What do I do?

Please email with your name, address, phone number and exact issue. We will endeavor to resolve it ASAP.

Who will be participating in the Pro-Am?

A long list of leading professional players and well-known celebrities will join amateur teams of three. Please click here for the current field.

What are the tee times and gate times?

Gates are open a 6.30am, with carparks open half an hour before then. First tee time on Monday is 8am, and on Tuesday it is 7.30am. A full draw will take place on Saturday 2nd July, with details posted on this website that night.

Is there any difference between the cap colours?

Caps come in red, green and white and aside from fashion preference, there is no difference between them.

Can wheelchair users attend?

Yes they can, however all wheelchair-specific passes are sold out. More info for those in possession of a wheelchair pass will be sent closer to the tournament.

Will there be any grandstands setup?

No, there will not. This is a standing-only event.

Will there be a spectator village at the Pro-Am?

Yes there will. More information will follow in due course. Catering and merchandise will be available.

What charities will benefit from the Pro-Am?

Over 100 charitable organisations in and around the Mid-West region of Ireland have benefited from the funds raised from the five JP McManus Pro-Am events to date. A full list of 2022 beneficiaries will be announced after the tournament. All moneys raised in their entirety from cap sales go to the beneficiary fund.

What items may I not bring with me to the Pro-Am?

Please see item 17 in our terms and conditions document.

NB: This page will be regularly updated with more information.

For any other queries please email:


How can a charitable organisation make a submission for (capital) funding?

For more information on the charitable funding process please see here


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