Tuesday and Wednesday Presidents Cup practice rounds have seen a steady stream of fans.
But the floodgates will really open Thursday morning when the golf gets underway.
The first tee time is at 1:05 p.m.
"Come early," Executive Director Adam Sperling said. "Thursday, Friday with five matches, 40,000 people on top of five matches gets pretty intense. And then you can decide, do you want to follow some play? Or do you want to hang out on a hole.”
The best way to follow matches might be to stay ahead of them.
For instance, watch tee shots on No. 1, then walk to the nearby No. 5 green. And then perhaps even go as far as the ninth hole from there.
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