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Posted on: July 8, 2016

[ARCHIVED] What's Happening in Summit During the PGA Championship?

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Summit is the transportation hub with NJ Transit train access and shuttle service to and from the PGA championship at Baltusrol Golf Club July 25-31, 2016. A city with much to offer tournament attendees, Summit is a suburban town, located in the metro-NYC area, with a vibrant downtown and something for everyone. Just a short walk from the train puts you in the heart of town where you can explore and enjoy world-class dining options, lively bars, ethnic food, quick eats and coffee shops, or shop one of the many boutiques and specialty stores. Don’t miss the live entertainment Thursday evening, July 28, in Lyric Park on Beechwood Rd. Be sure to visit Summit's award-winning farmers market Sunday, July 31 from 8AM to 1PM on DeForest Ave.

To plan your trip to the PGA Championship and get up-to-the-minute access to events and special offers while you’re in town, visit on the web or download the Close by Summit iPhone app. For more information on events in Summit during tournament week, visit or stop by the information tent on the Village Green outside the train station on your way to or from the course. Make Summit your 19th hole of the PGA Championship.

Visitors are advised to take public transportation to Summit, as there will be no additional parking in Summit for PGA Championship spectators. For more information about NJ TRANSIT train service and schedules please visit

There will be complimentary PGA shuttle service available between the Summit Train Station and the Irwin Park bus terminal at Baltusrol Golf Club. Travel time on the shuttle to the Championship is 10-15 minutes from the Summit Train Station. Shuttles will depart on a continuous basis or every 10 minutes during peak times. The shuttle schedule is as follows: Monday – Wednesday 6:30AM – 8PM, Thursday – Friday 6AM – 8:30PM, Saturday – Sunday 6:30AM – 8:30PM.
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