The world's best golfers will be in Austin from March 21-25 for the Dell Technologies Match Play Golf Tournament. This group of pros is expected to draw golf fans from around the world to the area of the Austin Country Club, meaning significant traffic adjustments for local travelers.

Authorities advise motorists and cyclists to be extra vigilant through the weekend period for stopped or slowing motorists along Hwy. 360 crossing the Loop 360 Bridge.

Parking in the neighborhoods surrounding the venue will be restricted to residents and will be heavily enforced, according to the and city of Austin transportation department sites, especially on the final day of play, Sunday, March 25, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Parking space at the Country Club is at a premium, and carpooling is encouraged. Shuttles will transport spectators from the parking lot to the course entrance.

Public parking options include:

  • Toney Burger Activity Center (3200 Jones Road, Austin ($10/day, cash only).
    A free shuttle will take patrons from the Activity Center to the main entrance of the Country Club at the Loop 360 boat ramp.

  • Dillard's parking garage in The Domain (3201 Feathergrass Court, Austin ($10/day cash only).

Uber, has an exclusive rideshare partnership with the tournament and will provide fans with a designated pickup and drop-off location near the venue.

For golf fans on two, nonmotorized wheels, there will also be bike racks, located near the main entrance gate at the Hwy. 360 boat ramp.

And for boaters, fans are allowed to park on Lake Austin and watch tournament play. Boat parking outside a marked buoy zone is for ticketed spectators only and rules will apply. The area is designated a no wake zone for the entire length of the golf course where it borders the lake.

Boaters are encouraged to keep noise to a minimum as if they were on-site. Access to the marina next to the country club is restricted to slip owners. Law enforcement will be patrolling the area throughout the tournament, according to local information sources.