Tickets are on sale now for spectators looking for ground tickets and passes to hospitality venues. The tournament has received early player commitments for the event, including Collin Morikawa, last year’s champion Tony Finau, and Rocket Mortgage ambassador Rickie Fowler. All Rocket Mortgage Classic tickets are digital and day-specific, and fans are encouraged to buy tickets early for the best prices. Grounds tickets start at $65 per day, with LendingTree Lounge passes starting at $110 and Club Ace passes starting at $300.
Guests seeking hospitality options can consider the LendingTree Lounge and Club Ace. Both venues offer upgraded viewing experiences featuring tented and outdoor seating, upgraded food and beverage for purchase and private restrooms. The LendingTree Lounge overlooks the 16th green, with views of the 16th fairway, 17th tee and 13th green. Club Ace is located in the heart of the course – AREA 313 – with up-close views of the entire par-3 15th hole as well as the 14th green and 16th tee. As a special offer for early ticket buyers, the first 500 tickets purchased for each competition day will include upgraded access to the Sundial Clubhouse Lawn overlooking the practice putting green. The lawn offers upgraded food and beverage for purchase, as well as an up-close view of the players as they prepare for their rounds. Kids 15 and under receive complimentary admission when accompanied by a ticketed adult (up to four kids per adult) Thursday-Sunday. No ticket is required for kids to enter. Admission and parking for the final round of The John Shippen National Invitational is complimentary for all fans on Sunday, June 25.
Thanks to the return of Detroit Community Days, all fans will receive complimentary admission and parking on Tuesday, June 27 for the First Tee – Greater Detroit Youth Clinic and AREA 313 Celebrity Scramble, as well as on Wednesday, June 28 for the Delta Dental Pro-Am. “The Rocket Mortgage Classic continues to be a powerful force for good in Detroit while shining a national spotlight on this great city we call home,” says Bob Walters, CEO of Rocket Mortgage, the Classic’s title sponsor. “We are excited that the Detroit Community Days will again give Detroit residents the opportunity to see the best golfers in the world up close and take part in activations the whole family can enjoy.”
During the final round of The John Shippen June 25 and during Detroit Community Days on Tuesday, June 27, and Wednesday, June 28, complimentary public parking will be offered at University of Detroit Mercy — McNichols Campus, with shuttle service to and from Detroit Golf Club. No parking pass will be required. Parking for Thursday-Sunday competition rounds can be purchased starting at $20 per day. All public parking Thursday-Sunday will be at Wayne State University, with shuttle service to and from Detroit Golf Club.