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Published Monthly In Kohler, WI53044
Kohler
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KOHLER, WI 53044PERMIT NO. 6
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219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
Volume 6, Number1
AUGUST, 2010
KOHLER, Wis. – The PGA Cham- pionship, the annual culminationof golf’s four major champi-onships, celebrates its 92nd an-niversary in 2010, with itssecond visit to Whistling Straitsin Kohler. Hundreds of thou-sands of golf fans lined the fair-ways during the 2004 PGAChampionship to view the strongest,all-professional international field in major championship golf.This month all eyes will be focused on theshores of Lake Michigan, as past champions Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Phil Mickelson, and PadraigHarrington descend upon Whistling Straits tocompete for the coveted Wanamaker Trophy.To purchase tickets to the 92nd PGAChampionship visit www.pga2010.com or call(800) PGA-GOLF.For the first time ever at a PGA Champi-onship, each paid adult admission will receive upto four complimentary junior admissions, for chil-dren age 17 and under. The family-friendly ticketoption for the season’s final major at WhistlingStraits focuses on attracting more youth to the ex-citement of professional golf. Complimentary junior tickets are available onsite at the Will CallOffice at the Championship entrance on the dayof admission.Practice rounds, run Monday through Wednes-day, offer spectators the only opportunity to bringcameras and to seek autographs from the players.Practice Round Tickets start at $30.Looking for a first-class experience at theChampionship? Each Wanamaker Club Packagewill give its holder access to all seven days of theChampionship, a copy of the official PGA Cham- pionship Journal, parking, and access to theWanamaker Club. This lively, air-conditioned pavilion will be located within the ChampionshipVillage at Whistling Straits.Televisions, an expansive patio and a spiritedatmosphere make the Wanamaker Club a fantasticspot to take in the Championship experience. Wis-consin themed food and beverages are availableat an additional cost inside the Wanamaker Club.Ticket price is $450.Event information is included at right, and for more information visit www.pga2010.com or callthe championship office at 920-565-4300.Follow the event on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/pga2010.
The Straits awaits:
PGA Championship returns toWhistling Straits
GATE HOURS
Practice RoundsMonday, August 9 - Wednesday, August 117:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.Championship RoundsThursday, August 12 - Friday, August 136:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.Saturday, August 14 - Sunday, August 157:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
PLAYER STARTING TIMES -CHAMPIONSHIP ROUNDS
The starting times listed below are approx-imate. Guests should check the daily pairingsheet or www.pga2010.com for actualtimes.Thursday, August 12 - Friday, August 13First Tee Time: 7:00 amSaturday, August 14 - Sunday, August 15First Tee Time: 7:36 am
ADMISSION/RE-ADMISSIONPOLICY
Tickets and/or credentials will be requiredfor admission into the 92nd PGA Champi-onship. A ticket, once scanned, will no longer gain admission to the Championship. Pleasedisplay your ticket in plain view at all timesas security personnel will not allow admissionto the PGA Championship for individualswithout appropriate credentials. The PGA of America is not responsible for lost or stolentickets or credentials. If you plan to return toWhistling Straits the same day, please havesecurity stamp your hand at the Main Specta-tor Entrance Gate. You will be able to returnto the grounds with a scanned ticket and ahand stamp. The only exception is when theWeather Warning signs are posted which re-quires an evacuation of the golf course.
AUTOGRAPH POLICY
Autographs may be requested and given atthe contestants’ convenience at the PracticeRange and Putting Green during the PracticeRounds, Monday, August 9 through Wednes-day, August 11, 2010. For the contestants’consideration, a NO AUTOGRAPH POLICYwill be enforced on the grounds of WhistlingStraits during the Championship Rounds,Thursday, August 12 through Sunday, August15, 2010.
CAMERA POLICY
Cameras are ONLY allowed on-site for thePractice Rounds, Monday, August 9 throughWednesday, August 11, 2010. They are not permitted at Whistling Straits during theChampionship Rounds, Thursday, August 12through Sunday, August 15, 2010.
IMPORTANT REMINDERS
• Drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration.Spectators may bring their own bottled water.If it is not Aquafina water, you must removethe label on the outside of the bottle.• Wear a hat for protection from the sun anduse suntan lotion or sun block.• Bring a rain jacket or poncho. Identify a place to meet if you get separated from your companion(s) or your children.
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2004 PGA at Whistling Straits
 
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Greetings,The new zero depthentrance children’s pool,which opened in June, isseeing heavy use due tothe many warm summer days we’ve had. If youhave youngsters andhaven’t used the newchildren’s pool, I’d encourage you to do so.Your Kohler Village Board has receivednothing but positive comments about thenew children’s pool. One only has to be inthe vicinity of School Street to see the pop-ularity and enjoyment it brings to all whouse it. Recently, a neighbor of mine told mehis wife and daughter utilized the pool eightdays in a row. Wow, this is fantastic! Thefinishing touch for the pool project will bethe planting of trees and shrubs next to the perimeter fence. Included in this plan, ap- proved unanimously by the Kohler VillageBoard, are arborvitaes, dwarf Lilacs andalpine currents. This will enhance the poolcurb appeal, which is already a great addi-tion to the Memorial Hall complex.I’m happy to report that the installationof the air conditioning system in the Memo-rial Hall Theater has been completed. Spe-cial thanks are extended to those contractorswho worked diligently to make this becomea reality. This will insure a comfortable cli-mate for the 900-1000 guests expected for the PGA Distinguished Service Award Cer-emony on the evening of August 11th. The benefits of the air conditioned theater willserve the needs of the Village, the Kohler School District, The Kohler Company andother entities for many years to come. Thisis only the first of many events which will benefit from this enhancement which has been talked about for many years and is nowfinally a reality.Along with the Village Board, it is myhope that you and your families are havingan enjoyable summer. The weather has beenadvantageous for outdoor activities, such asthe numerous programs offered by our recre-ation department, 4th of July festivities, fam-ily outings and vacations. It’s hard to believe that August is upon us with thoughtsof the youth heading back to school shortly.Enjoy the rest pf the summer – knowing thatit always passes too quickly!Don’t forget to attend the PGA Village of Kohler Concert at the Ravine Park bowl onFriday, August 13th.Until next time……Steve Reinbacher Village President
From the Village Board President . . .
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Corrections . . .
The screenshot of Whistling Straits for the July article titled “Kohler courses fea-tured in newly released golf simulationgame: was courtesy of EA Sports. Visitwww.kohlervillager.com for more screen-shots in color.
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PROHIBITED ITEMS
The items listed below are strictly prohib-ited on the grounds of Whistling Straits. All bags will be searched upon entering theChampionship. Please leave all prohibiteditems in your vehicle as they will not be permitted at the Championship.• All personal electronics such as cell phones (including camera phones), portable email devices, hand-held games,radios, televisions (including hand-held),iPods, etc.• All oversized chairs with wide arm rests(small, portable/ folding chairs are permit-ted).• Weapons of any kind (regardless of per-mit).• Bikes, coolers, ladders, milk crates, signs, posters, banners, dogs and other pets.• Alcoholic Beverages.
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