OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Make this Father’s Day unique for the entire family by securing your chance to witness history when the 2021 BMW Championship comes to the Baltimore area this summer.

An exclusive Father’s Day opportunity is being offered for the 2021 BMW Championship, set for Aug. 24-29 at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Maryland. The event will be the PGA TOUR’s first stop in the Baltimore area in six decades.

This offer is available online beginning June 14 until Father’s Day, June 20. Patrons who purchase a minimum of two grounds tickets or two Trophy Club tickets will receive complimentary parking with their order (a $10 value during practice rounds, $20 value during tournament rounds).

To take advantage of this limited-time offer, visit bmwchampionship.com/2021-tickets/ and select either the Grounds Tickets or Trophy Club option.

“We’re happy to extend this offer to families who would like to celebrate Father’s Day with a special experience that will create memories for a lifetime,” said Vince Pellegrino, WGA senior vice president of tournaments. “Because of the overwhelming support and excitement we’ve already seen from fans in the Baltimore area, we expect this package to be extremely popular.”

The Trophy Club is a climate-controlled hospitality venue with ample room for outdoor seating, spectacular views of the 16th and 17th holes at Caves Valley and food and beverage available for purchase.

Grounds tickets allow entry to the tournament grounds on any day of your choice. Viewing areas, restrooms and concessions are available throughout the course.

The 2021 BMW Championship will mark the first time the event has been held in Maryland and the second time in four years it will be held on the East Coast. Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, just outside of Philadelphia, hosted the 2018 BMW Championship.

As the penultimate event of the PGA TOUR’s FedExCup Playoffs, the BMW Championship features the top 70 players in the FedExCup standings vying for the J.K. Wadley Trophy and a spot in the season-ending TOUR Championship. Past champions include Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods.

All proceeds from the 2021 BMW Championship will benefit the Evans Scholars Foundation and its mission of awarding full tuition and housing college scholarships to deserving youth caddies. The event has raised more than $36 million for caddie scholarships since 2007.

The health and well-being of everyone involved with the BMW Championship continues to be our top priority. Our comprehensive health and safety plan will be driven by CDC guidelines, the State of Maryland, Baltimore County and leading medical experts. Read the PGA TOUR guide to fan safety here.