The LIV Golf League will kick off the seventh tournament of its inaugural season this week at the Trump National Golf Club in Loudoun County. The LIV Golf DC tournament is expected to attract thousands of spectators to the Sterling and Lowes Island areas of the county May 26-28, 2023.
In anticipation of the event, here are three things Loudoun County residents should know:
1. Know What to Do if You Are Planning to Attend
- Everything residents need to know about attending is posted on the league’s website at livgolf.com/events/dc.
- Loudoun County Government has no role in organizing the LIV Golf tournament. Anyone who is interested in attending should visit the league’s website to purchase tickets and to learn more about security protocols at the event as well as the rules for spectators to follow.
2. Know the Parking Availability
- There will be no general parking at the tournament site (20391 Lowes Island Boulevard) or in the surrounding neighborhood. All parking for the event will be off site and visitors will ride shuttle buses to the golf course.
- If you plan to attend, be sure to follow all parking instructions from the event organizers, which are posted on the league’s website.
- Anyone who plans to attend should park at the Dulles Town Center (21100 Dulles Town Circle, Sterling), where parking for the tournament will be free. Shuttle buses will be provided from the parking lot to the tournament site.
- Shuttles will be provided from the rideshare drop-off/pick-up and bicycle lot located at the Lowes Island Community Center (47620 Saulty Drive, Sterling).
3. Anticipate Increased Traffic in the Area
- Residents of the neighborhoods around the golf course should be aware of the potential for increased road congestion in the area due to event-related traffic, including shuttle buses.
- Law enforcement will be monitoring traffic around the event venue, particularly along Algonkian Parkway and Lowes Island Boulevard. Vehicular traffic to some neighborhood roads near the intersection of Lowes Island Boulevard and Colonel Young Way will be restricted to residents only, who have been issued a special credential.
- The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office routinely publishes alerts regarding road closures and other traffic-related incidents via Alert Loudoun. Anyone may sign up for the “Loudoun Traffic and Road Closures” category of Alert Loudoun to receive text and email updates by visiting loudoun.gov/alert.
The tournament is scheduled to wrap up the evening of Sunday, May 28. More information about the LIV Golf League is online at livgolf.com.
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