Frequently Asked Questions


Where can I get tickets to the Toshiba Classic?

Tickets to the Toshiba Classic will be available online, by calling the tournament office or at select Roger Dunn stores throughout Orange County prior to March 9.  After March 9, tickets are only available at the Main Admission Gate.

Daily General Admission tickets (known as a Good Any One Day) are $20 in advance, $25 at the Gate.  Weeklong Patron Badges with Clubhouse Access are $100.  Daily Tickets with Clubhouse Access are $40.  Visit the ticket page for additional information and order info.

If I order my tickets via phone, fax or mail, when will I receive them?

If you select to have your tickets mailed, please allow for 3-4 business days for delivery.  All tickets ordered after February 20 will be available at the Off-Site Will Call beginning Monday, March 10 at 8:30 a.m.


Will Call Hours of Operation


8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


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8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

How do I get to Will Call to pick up my tickets?

Unless specifically stated, all tickets left at will call will be available at the off-site location.  Off-site Will Call is located on Back Bay Drive next to the entrance to the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina (Parking Lot D).  Please follow signage from Jamboree Road to the Will Call location.

Is there a military or senior discount?

At this time, the Toshiba Classic does not offer military or senior discounts.  All Daily Tickets purchased in advance of March 9, do receive a $5 discount off the Main Admission Gate price.

 Does my child need a ticket?

Any fan over the age of 13 does need an admission ticket to the Toshiba Classic.  Children under the age of 12 are free.


How do I get to The Newport Beach Country Club?

The Newport Beach Country Club is located on Pacific Coast Highway between MacArthur and Jamboree Road in Newport Beach, CA.  Directions to the public parking lot can be found HERE.

Where do I park for the Toshiba Classic and how do I get to the course?

Public parking for the Toshiba Classic can be found in two locations.  Lot D (open Friday, Saturday and Sunday) is at the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina, located on Back Bay Drive off Jamboree Road.  Cost is $10.  Lot E (open Saturday and Sunday ONLY) is located in Newport Center Dr.  Directional signage is available throughout the tournament area.

Once parked, complimentary shuttles are available to bring fans to the Main Admission Gate.  Shuttles run on a continuous loop, roughly every 15 minutes.  If the shuttle is full, please be patient, another one will arrive shortly.


How much is parking?

Parking is $10 at Lot D and is FREE at Lot E located in Newport Center..

Can I purchase a Clubhouse packing pass?

Unfortunately, due to limited space, Clubhouse parking passes are not available for purchase.

Where is handicap parking?

Handicap parking is available at all Toshiba Classic parking lots.  In addition, all of our shuttles are handicap accessible.  If necessary, one may be dropped off at the main gate and then the driver will be redirected to the closest public parking lot.


What is the Toshiba Classic?

The Toshiba Classic is the only official PGA Champions Tour event in Orange County, CA.  The Champions Tour is the old "Senior PGA Tour" with stars such as Fred Couples, Nick Price, Bernhard Langer, Tom Lehman, Hale Irwin and many more.  Professional competition is Friday- Sunday of tournament week.  See the Calendar of Events for a full schedule of tournament week activities.

What happens during the week of tournament?

There are a variety of special events throughout tournament week in addition to the professional competition Friday through Sunday.  Starting with the Monday Pro-Am, the events continue with the Breakfast with a Champion on Tuesday morning, and the star studded two-day Classic Pro-Am.  For complete event information, visit our Calendar of Events.

Where can I find daily pairings and tee times?

During tournament week, daily pairings and tee times can be found on our home page, as well as the Champions Tour site.  For pro-ams, please visit either the Monday Pro-Am or Classic Pro-Am page for pairings and tee times.

How do I watch the tournament?

One of the best views of the tournament can be found on the 18th green at the Public Pavilion presented by Zaya Rum.  With a daily admission ticket, you have the ability to walk the course following your favorite player, or find one of our public bleachers and enjoy all the action.

The tournament can also be viewed on Golf Channel Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

What can I bring to the tournament?

For the safety of the players, volunteers and patrons, the Toshiba Classic does NOT allow the following items into The Newport Beach Country Club:

Cameras (personal cameras ARE allowed on Wednesday & Thursday)




Any outside food or beverage.


The following items ARE permitted on the grounds:

Chairs must be attended at all times.

Cell phones must be on silent or vibrate.  No phone conversations near play permitted.

All bags are subject to search.

Who is playing in the Toshiba Classic?

For a current players field, visit the Players page.  Please remember that this is subject to change and will be updated as needed.

Where can I stay during the Toshiba Classic?

The Toshiba Classic partners with area hotels to provide fans luxury accommodations throughout the week.  For a list of our official partners and links to their website, please visit the Area Guide.

How do I gain access to the Clubhouse?

Clubhouse Access is available Friday, Saturday and Sunday of tournament with the purchase of a Weekly Patron Badge with Clubhouse Access for $100, or a Daily Ticket with Clubhouse Access for $40.

The Clubhouse is closed to non Pro-Am players and their guests on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.  You must have the proper credentials to enter the Clubhouse at all times.


How do I participate in the Pro-Ams?

Pro-Am playing spots can be purchased by contacting our Sponsorship Sales Director, Gordon Hanscom at 949/660-1001.

How do I know which PGA Champions Tour professional I will be playing with in the Pro-Am?

All Pro-Am participants will find out who they are playing with at their respective pairings party (Monday Pro-Am players will find out at Breakfas;, Classic Pro-Am players at the Pairings Party Tuesday evening.)  If you are unable to attend your Pairings Party, pairings will be posted on the Toshiba Classic website following the closing of each event.  (approx. 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday).


How can I volunteer for the Toshiba Classic?

To volunteer for the Toshiba Classic, please visit the Volunteer section of the website.  The online application can be found here.

How do I know which committee I am on or when I am working?

Once your application has been processed, you will be notified of which committee you are on by a member of our Volunteer Management team.  Once you are on a committee, your chairperson will handle your work schedule.  If you have an emergency during tournament week and cannot work your scheduled shift, please contact your chair or the Volunteer Management Trailer at 714-352-6309 immediately.


How do I qualify to play in the Toshiba Classic (professional tournament)?

Those interested in qualifying for the 2013 Toshiba Classic can contact the SCGA at 951/845-4653.


What do I do if I need additional credentials?

Sponsors in need of additional tickets need to contact Lisa Mello at 949/660-1001 or LMello@toshibaclassic.com Please remember that additional tickets may not be available for your area based on space.

How do I leave tickets for my client?

Tickets can be left for guests at one of our two Will Call locations.  Credentials can be left within 30 minutes of the request when delivered to the Tournament Office or to one of the Hospitality Committee members available on the course.  Be sure to inform your guest WHERE you will be leaving their tickets as there are two Will Call locations.  The primary, off-site is used for any packages including parking.


How and when can I set up my expo booth?

Expo set up times are Saturday, March 10 or Sunday, March 11 from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  No trucks or deliveries will be permitted direct access to the expo tents from March 12-18.  All equipment must be delivered the weekend prior so that all decorating, inside set-up and final preparations may occur on Monday or Tuesday of tournament week.