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Thursday, June 4, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Supply Of Tickets For Pro Classic Dwindles

Pro Classic promoter Toby Steward says there are less than 480 tickets remaining for this year’s event, which will be held Monday at The Creek at Qualchan Golf Course.

The gallery for this year’s Classic, which features 17 Senior PGA Tour players, a pro-am scramble tournament, clinics by Lee Trevino and Bob Brue and the six-hole Tidyman’s Shootout, will be limited to 4,000 paying customers. In addition, children under 12 are being admitted free.

Steward said any unsold tickets can be purchased Monday morning at Tidyman’s Latah Creek store, just off the Cheney-Spokane Road across U.S. Highway 195 from Qualchan.

“But I really don’t expect to have any tickets available the day of the event,” Steward added.

Tickets, which sell for $20, can be purchased at any area Tidyman’s store, G&B; Select-a-Seat outlet or at The Creek at Qualchan Golf Course.

Steward said there will be no parking available on the tournament grounds. Shuttle buses will transport spectators from the Tidyman’s parking lot to the course and back, beginning about 7 a.m.

Parking is free, but the roundtrip ride on the Spokane Transit Authority shuttle will be $1. Spectators must have a gallery ticket in order to board the shuttle, Steward said. , DataTimes

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